Labor day sale on our Lightroom Presets

Tweet Happy Labor Day! To help you all labor less with your post production we are offering a great labor day sale on everything in the store. Today only get 20% off your entire order. Our Lighroom presets are already an amazing value so save even more today. Just use the code: labor20 during checkout. Also for those of you who miss this email because you are out enjoying the day BBQ’ing and hanging out with friends don’t...

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Changing the Lightroom Default Develop Settings for certain ISO’s
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Changing the Lightroom Default Develop Settings for certain ISO’s

Tweet The other day we covered how to use a Develop Preset when importing your images in Lightroom which is a great way to apply the same settings to all of the images that you import. But what if you shoot some images at ISO 1600 and some at ISO 200? You don’t want to apply the same noise reduction settings to these images and thankfully Lightroom has a really great way to make your default develop settings for a specific...

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Adobe releasing Photoshop Lightroom 6 beta soon

Tweet Adobe is looking to release the next version of Lightroom (version 6) soon from what I have heard. The updated application will ship in March 2015 and Adobe will release a beta version coming this September. Version 6 supposedly will feature more performance upgrades and UI updates rather than a slew of new features based on the rumors. Looks like we will know for sure whats coming in the very near term future. Of course...

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Using a Develop Preset when importing your images in Lightroom

Tweet When RAW images come right out of your camera there are always a few things needed to spruce them up. No matter how perfect you captured your exposure there might be a few things like upping the contrast just a bit, adding a little saturation to the image or other settings that reflect your photo style. If you find yourself usually applying some of the same settings to most of your images in Lightroom then setting up a Develop...

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Create a Published Smart Folder to save your Lightroom images to Hightail

Tweet Published Smart Folders in Lightroom are a great way to save your images to other sites like Facebook or in this case to a cloud service. Today I want to walk you through how to easily save your 5 star images in Lightroom to a cloud service like Hightail. This is super simple to setup and comes in really handy, I use it to save any image I tag in Lightroom with a 5 star to a Hightail folder so I can always access those files...

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Uploading photos to Flickr from Lightroom

Tweet Today I want to share a quick video that covers how to upload photographs to Flicker through the Lightroom Publishing Manager. It’s really quick and easy and a great way to add any image you want to share to your social network. Adobe also has Facebook as an option in the Publishing manager so you can use the same idea to publish your images right to Facebook. Check it out and as always if you have any questions or...

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