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More Reason to Choose Lightroom For Your Photography

With the demise of Apple’s Aperture, their pro level application for managing and editing images, several people have asked me about options and how to migrate their image libraries. There hasn’t been a huge demand for information however, because I think a majority of photographers have been using Lightroom for some time, and it was plain to see that while…

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Mastering Lightroom Catalogs – Part I

One of the best features of Adobe Lightroom (all versions) is the ability to have multiple catalogs. A catalog is a database that tracks the location of your RAW files and information about them. This includes any Develop Module adjustments you’ve done to them, as well as keywords, ratings, and labels. The power of catalogs is the flexibility it gives…

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Setting Import Defaults in Adobe Lightroom

Following up on the Lightroom creative workflow video tutorial I posted last week, a few people emailed to ask how they can set specific Lightroom import default settings. Specifically I mentioned setting Lens Corrections to be on for every image imported as this is probably going to be needed for most if not all images you process in Lightroom. Why…

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