Here’s a quick tip on using keyword sets in Lightroom, along with the reason why keyword sets are limited to 9 keywords. This was a new one for me!
Adobe has released Lightroom for Apple TV. Using the app, you can view photos that you’ve synchronized with Lightroom for mobile or uploaded through Lightroom on the web.
You can present your photos one by one or in a slideshow with the ability to stop and zoom in on the details, right on the screen connected to your Apple TV. And, with the synchronized photos living in your Creative Cloud account, the most up-to-date versions will always be what’s in your collections on your Apple TV.
You can download the new Lightroom app by going to the App Store on your Apple TV. The app requires a 4th generation Apple TV and a Creative Cloud subscription to login.
Adobe has updated its mobile versions of Lightroom for both iOS and Android. The new updates provide iOS users the ability to import raw photos and Android photographers can now use a new Pro mode for a completely manual shooting experience. Check out the specifics below. [Read more…]
Adobe has released Lightroom 6.6 and Lightroom CC 2015.6, along with Adobe Camera Raw 9.6. The updates provide raw file support for the following cameras: [Read more…]
Lightroom Coffee Break is a video series that offers great little nuggets for learning the ins and outs of Adobe Lightroom in 60 seconds or less. In the latest video, Adobe’s Benjamin Ward explains how drag in edit fields for finer control in Lightroom. Check it out above.
We’ve all been waiting for someone to bring some competition to Adobe Lightroom and it looks like ON1 may be up to the task. There are other options out there but nothing has really given Adobe a run for its money . . . yet.
ON1 has announced the new ON1 Photo RAW image processing app with fast processing speed at the top of the spec sheet. ON1 has reinvented the RAW processor from the ground up with modern, high-resolution cameras in mind. [Read more…]
In the latest Lightroom Coffee Break episode, we get a great tip for using a modifier key with a mouse click to quickly straighten a photo in Lightroom.
When you are in the crop mode, all you have to do is hold down Command (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) and click and drag along the horizon or other straight feature that you want to be level in the image. Lightroom automatically uses the level tool to straighten the image based on your selection.
In the latest video from the Lightroom Coffee Break series, Adobe’s Benjamin Ward explains how to easily add keywords to your photos in Lightroom. Simply use the Command key [Mac] or Control key [Windows] with the arrow key to advance to the next photo without having to take your hands off the keyboard. The video is only 55 seconds, so check it out above to see the quick demo.