Lightroom has a new feature, or at least an upgraded filter for the lens correction panel which now appears as a Transform Panel. Colin Smith from Photoshop Cafe has a quick video below. Note that only CC subscribers will get this.
A great meeting on Wednesday at “My Favorite Art Place“. Thanks to Scott and Jerri for the invitation and opportunity. As always when I teach, someone learns something. Even if that someone is me.
Adobe is storming ahead with changes to its Mobile Platform applications and Lightroom Mobile has some significant and powerful advantages for working with images on a mobile device and seamlessly syncing them to your Lightroom Catalog at home.
I wanted to follow up with two things – one of which I knew was capable but my brain was fried – and another bonus. Read More…
When asked whats new in Lightroom CC/6 the first item on the list is how easy it is now to make HDR images. What makes it easy is now we don’t have to go outside of Lightroom to achieve it. In a lot of cases this will satisfy most users but the veterans of the HDR world and the more scrutinizing among you may not be too impressed – all the time.
This list is less about how to do certain tasks and more about what I find myself doing in order to be productive in Photoshop. Perhaps you’ll have your own tips to add.
Vary Your Tools
We all fall into the trap of using familiar tools because they are after all, familiar. Yet we all have heard theres dozen ways to everything in Photoshop. Read More…
Im sure you have a decent backup strategy in place, right? Ok, so maybe not. If you haven’t, then you run the risk of losing your original files and seeing the “!” and the “file could not be found” labels.
Relating to my previous post which resulted in multiple files of the type I didn’t require, I needed a way of automatically changing the file format.
If I were using Lightroom, then exporting as JPG, PSD or TIFF is a synch. Unfortunately I need PNG files because they support transparency and are lightweight for the web. Read More…