May Update for Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and Camera Raw
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by Rob Sylvan
5d ago
Adobe has just released updates for the Lightroom Classic (v13.3), Lightroom (v7.3 on desktop and v9.3 on mobile), and Camera Raw (v16.3) family of apps that include the usual support for new cameras and lenses, as well, as bug fixes, but also some really cool new features. Note, these updates roll out slowly all over the world, so if you don’t see the update in the Adobe Application Manager right away, check back later. Be sure to update the Camera Raw plug-in too. Lens Blur Elevated from Early Access mode to a full-fledged tool (powered by AI), Lens Blur allows for adding/enhancing the appea ..read more
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The Best Software for Black & White Editing
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by KelbyOne
1w ago
Unveiling the Power of Black and White Filter in ON1 Effects and ON1 Photo RAW, the best software for black and white editing.  In photography, the allure of black and white imagery remains timeless. It’s a realm where colors fade away, leaving behind a narrative defined by shades of gray. The black and white filter in ON1 Effects and ON1 Photo RAW 2024 stands out as a stealthy powerhouse among the tools for crafting such captivating monochromatic visuals.  The Black & White filter within ON1 Effects and ON1 Photo RAW quickly transforms color images into monochromatic wonders wh ..read more
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Only Show in Shared Photos
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by Rob Sylvan
1w ago
Here’s a funny thing that happened to me. I guess this option has been in the Lightroom (Lr) app for iOS for a few years, but I only just discovered it by accident, which seems to be the only way anyone ever uses it. As best as I can tell, it isn’t available in Lr on Mac, Win, or Android, but if you are determined, you might be able to find it at lightroom.adobe.com. What I’m referring to is the menu option, Only show in Shared Photos, hidden in the 3-dot menu next to an album that is already enabled for sharing. This is it on an iPhone. What happened is that I didn’t even notice it, and fat ..read more
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Presenting the ON1 Landscape Photography Conference June 18-19
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by Jessica Maldonado
1w ago
Embark on a journey to elevate your landscape photography. This June, KelbyOne Live presents the ON1 Landscape Photography Conference, June 18th and 19th. Join us online for over 20 sessions designed to help photographers of all levels discover the art and craft of capturing breathtaking vistas and transforming them into stunning works of art. Get ready for two days packed with learning, focused on mastering the editing process harnessing the powerful tools and features of ON1 software. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need bring your creative vision to life. LEARN MORE Insights and E ..read more
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Adding a Fog Effect in Lightroom
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by Scott Kelby
2w ago
This is a quick video short I did on how to quickly and easily add a fog atmospheric effect to your image: There ya go – easy, peasy! Have a great Monday, everybody! -Scott P.S. I’ll be speaking at the On1 Landscape Photography Conference coming up next month. Some pretty incredible courses at the two-day online conference, including lots of shooting and post-processing sessions. More details at kelbyonelive.com – get your ticket now and save a bunch! The post Adding a Fog Effect in Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips ..read more
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There’s a Secret Smart Collections Feature in Lightroom Classic…..
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by Scott Kelby
3w ago
And Adobe’s own Terry White uncovers it right here in this short video. Check it out: Thanks, Terry! Have a great weekend, everybody!!! See ya next week! -Scott The post There’s a Secret Smart Collections Feature in Lightroom Classic….. appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips ..read more
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I’m Back From Budapest (and I’m sharing some super handy shortcuts)
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by Scott Kelby
3w ago
Do you remember me mentioning the workshop I planned in Budapest? Well, it’s already over, and I’m back home. We had just a fantastic time! Lots of great shooting opportunities, lots of learning (and lots of laughs) with a truly wonderful group of photographers (that’s us above, plus Cole the Wonder Dog). All of the photographers had been in one of my previous workshops, so it was like a reunion with old friends, and that made it even more special. I’ve got a lot more to share from the trip (and lots of photos), but one thing I did learn from working with the students in the class is how much ..read more
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Creating Droplets to Run on Export
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by Rob Sylvan
1M ago
First, let’s create a droplet. You’ll first need an action that you would want to run as part of your export process. For example, while it is easy enough to send a copy to Photoshop for editing from LrC just by pressing CMD/Ctrl+E, if you use the export dialog and run the photo through the droplet you can do even more. I have an action that I use when retouching that does the following: Duplicate the original background layer Rename the duplicated layer Hide the original layer Create a second view of the photo at 100% alongside another view of the photo that shows the entire image This way ..read more
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Stop Scrolling Through Your Lightroom Panels
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by Scott Kelby
1M ago
Instead, jump straight to the panel you want to work in. Here’s how: Press Command-1 (PC: Ctrl-1) to jump to the top panel in your right side panels (in the Develop module, that would be the Basic panel. In the Library module, that would be Quick Develop if you’re using “LR Classic”). Command-2 (PC: Ctrl-2) for the Tone Curve panel. Command-3 (PC: Ctrl-3) for the Color MIxer panel. Command-4 (PC: Ctrl-4) for the Color Grading panel. …and so on, because the panel keyboard shortcuts correspond to the order your panels are in, from top to bottom (I mention that because you can change the order o ..read more
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Mac Ventura Bug Affecting Droplets
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by Rob Sylvan
1M ago
While not something I do a lot, there are a few situations where I use a droplet as part of my export process from Lightroom Classic (LrC). A droplet is a way to take a Photoshop action and make it an executable file that lives outside of Photoshop but allows you to drag and drop photos onto the droplet to run them through the action. Using them as part of the Export process from Lightroom Classic allows provides an easy way to drag and drop all the exported copies through the droplet and whatever action it contains. Unfortunately, there currently is a bug affecting some Mac users that causes ..read more
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