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Lightroom Texture: A Cool New Feature in the Latest Release

By |2019-05-26T20:08:01-05:00June 6th, 2019|Featured Lightroom Tutorials, Lightroom Tutorials for Basic Edits|

The cool thing about subscribing to software rather than purchasing it outright is that the new releases come out quickly - you don't have to wait a year or 18 months before the next round of features is available. Just back in February, we saw the new Enhance Details function. While I didn't love Enhance Details, [...]

Lightroom Enhance Details – What a Pain!

By |2019-05-27T10:59:36-05:00February 25th, 2019|Featured Lightroom Tutorials, Lightroom Tutorials for Basic Edits, Photo Editing|

Lightroom Enhance Details - it's the latest "big upgrade" announcement from Adobe. Have you read about it? Adobe announced Lightroom's Enhance Details on February 12. Their announcement said: "Applying Enhance Details to your photos can greatly improve fine detail rendering, improve the reproduction of fine colors...." Sounds nice, right. But y'all, installing this upgrade and running [...]

Save Photos in Lightroom CC 2017: The New Process

By |2018-06-29T10:35:23-05:00October 19th, 2017|Lightroom Tutorials for Basic Edits|

Adobe's new Lightroom CC product has generated lots of excitement - and many questions too! Given that all of your images are stored in the Creative Cloud if you use the new Lightroom CC, one important question is whether you can download your photos onto your desktop or another device. And the answer is "Yes, you [...]

How to Edit Eyes in Lightroom: The Complete Guide for Sparkling Eyes

By |2017-10-09T16:12:59-05:00September 30th, 2016|Featured Lightroom Tutorials, Lightroom Tutorials for Basic Edits, Photo Editing, Uncategorized|

How to Edit Eyes in Lightroom an excerpt from The Eyes Have It: The Complete Guide to Sparkly and Tack Sharp Eyes. Read more about it here. Fix Bloodshot Eyes in Lightroom: Activate your Spot Removal tool (shortcut: Q). For this job, I like the Heal option. Your brush needs to be just barely wider than the blood vessel [...]