If you are working mostly with landscapes you can save a lot of hard disk space if you set the Preview size to Standard at import. Lightroom creates a smaller preview in this case and it processes the details only when you zoom in. The factory setting of the Standard Preview is 1440px but if […]Read more "Fine Tuning Preview Size for Your Monitor – Lightroom Quick Tip"
This is a sexist tip, only for male. I realized, females used to drag the sliders in Lightroom while the picture looks best, but guys always want the values to be round. Values like 79 bother us, 80 looks much better isn’t it? If you like the values divisible with 10 (or the exposure correction […]Read more "Controlling sliders by using keyboard – Lightroom Quick Tips"
The next tip is useful, when you want to quickly develop several photos taken in same lighting situation and camera angle. You might know when you are ready with the adjustment select all the other photos in the Develop module and press Copy/Paste buttons at the left or the Sync button at the right. With […]Read more "Auto Sync – Lightroom Quick Tip"
You might know, that if you double click on a slider, the value of the slider resets. But I bet, you don’t know, how can you reset all the sliders in a block. You just have to press and hold ALT and the title of the block is changing to Reset… Now, click on it, […]Read more "Reset Sliders in Lightroom"
Have you ever argued with your wife about where a photo was taken? And she must have been right. Right? Now, it’s over. I’m going to show you, how can you add GPS coordinates to any photo you have shot with any digital camera. Step Zero First of all, you need a GPS tracker. I […]Read more "Add GPS Coordinates to Photos in Lightroom"
Did you ever wonder how could you create a TRI-X (or any other film) like photo from your digital image? There’s a couple of way you can do this and here is a comparison of some of the available possibilities…Read more "Analog Effect for Digital Images"