Editing Video in Lightroom 4

Tweet One of the big announcements when Lightroom 4 was released was it’s ability to now store video. With DSLR cameras shooting video now many of you are probably like me with now thousands of little clips. Storing those in a way that was easy to view and archive used to be tricky but with Lightroom now supporting video will be a very nice addition to catalog our video files. Today we will take a quick look at what you can do...

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New Photography Contest with Lightroom Presets

Tweet It’s been awhile since we did a photo contest so time to have a little fun. Many of you have downloaded some of the free Lightroom presets we have posted over the past few years. If you have missed any, check them out here: Digital Photo Buzz Free Lightroom Presets. I always love to see what you have created with these presets and want to see who has used them to create the most creative images! The image can be anything...

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Advanced Book Features in Lightroom 4

Tweet We covered some of the basics on the book module in Lightroom 4 in this intro article(Overview of the Book Module in Lightroom 4) and shared a great video from Julianne Kost over at Adobe with some way to customize books. Today I want to share another video from Adobe that covers some of the advanced features of creating books. I am working on creating some more in-depth articles on this soon so stay posted for more! Also would...

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AntiCrop iPhone App Review

Tweet We announced a really interesting app that was coming out for the iPhone call AntiCrop a little while back. It gives you a way to do the opposite of crop and add to your image while it clones in surrounding areas to add more space. It’s a unique idea that I really liked and now available in the app store. There have been some cool apps released recently, if you missed our review on Group Shot a easy way to replace heads...

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Posing for Bridal Party Photography

Tweet Posing is one of those words that I really never liked. It always reminds me of some uncomfortable pretzel style positioning where every finger, hand, toe is placed just right and really so much just right that the person being photographed looks as uncomfortable as they can be. When I pose my bride and grooms for their images together they are always done in a very natural and really organic way. I observe how they interact...

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