Making Your Portraits During the Day POP

Tweet One of the trickiest parts of photographing weddings is always dealing with the unpredictable lighting you are dealt with during the day. Since you never have time to setup equipment and have to many times deal with harsh and ugly lighting you are constantly thinking quickly on your feet to get the best shots. What I am always dealing with during outdoor weddings is a beautiful scene but with such a harsh contrast that you many...

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Tips for navigating the grid view in Lightroom

Tweet The grid view in Lightroom is a common place where we can spend a lot of our time reviewing images. At a wedding I can easily shoot 1000+ images and always spend a lot of time culling images and searching through them in the Library view in Lightroom. Today I wanted to share a few quick tips to help you save some time and work better in the grid view in Lightroom. First a quick reminder about using keyboard shortcuts (and check...

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Aerial Photography A great way to take your passion really high

Tweet Aerial Photography A great way to take your passion really high By Jose Lozano I still was in college when I heard for the first time the words ìBig Pictureî my mentor who was trying to make me think beyond of my own limitations said to me ìThis part of the job that you are doing is just a tiny bit of the whole project we are managing here, do your best, think in the Big Picture. The moment I heard those words the only thing I...

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Moving your Lightroom catalog from one location to another

Tweet Where you have your Lightroom catalog file located at can be an important decision. I always suggest having it on an internal drive for added speed and if you can get a SSD drive for your internal. SSD drives are amazing when it comes to speed and once you get used to running your computer on a SSD its hard to go back to a normal drive. I’ve had a SSD drive as my main boot up drive (and love having my computer come up in a...

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Quick Tip – The Painter Tool in Lightroom 4

Tweet Today I want to share a great little tip from Julianne Kost over at Adobe on how to use the spray paint can to quickly tag images. Its a tool not many people use but can be very helpful and a great time saver. Check it out and if there is anything you would like to learn with Lightroom just leave a comment at the bottom of the page. Share this post on Google + or Twitter!...

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