Big news today for iPad and iPhone users: you can now import raw files from your camera or memory card into Lightroom mobile and edit them, and these original files and their edits will sync back to Lightroom on your desktop. This was already possible with JPEGs, but now that we have raw support, you might be able to travel without your laptop! Download the 2.4 update for Lightroom mobile from the App store. Here’s a list of what else is new for iPads and iPhones: Lightroom mobile iOS 2.4 adds two of Lightroom Desktop’s local adjustment tools – the radial filter and graduated filter (renamed the radial and linear selection tools, respectively) New import settings to turn on lens […more]
I am pleased to announce the availability of my updated Lightroom CC/6 and 5: Producing Great Output video series! In this series of over 12 hours of training for Lightroom 5, 6, and CC users, you’ll learn to create beautiful prints, photo books, slideshows and web galleries using Lightroom. I’ll also help you to finally understand critical but seemingly intimidating concepts like color management (why your output doesn’t look like what you see on-screen and what you can do about it), resolution and size, JPEG quality, sharpening, etc. Save 10% by purchasing Lightroom CC/6 and 5: Producing Great Output together with Lightroom CC/6 and 5: The Fundamentals & Beyond , and get a total of over 27 hours of training on more than 130 videos! […more]
Update April 2, 2016: Now that April 1 has passed, I’ll say that this video was an April Fools’ joke. Watch it only if you are up for a laugh! In this short new video tutorial I show you how you can turn a boring photo such as the one below on the left into a stunning photo, on the right: Most people really like the pace of my tutorials, but a few people would like slower or faster pacing, so I have tried to adjust my style – let me know what you think! Enjoyed this article? Enter your email address below to sign up for newsletter updates:
Adobe has just announced a new Technology Preview section on Lightroom Web, where Creative Cloud subscribers can play with features that are still in development. The first feature introduced is Search, which allows you to search for objects and themes in your photos – for example, find all photos with dogs in them or all photos with red in them – without having added keywords. The feature has not been perfected at this point, but it is nonetheless already very impressive. My fingers are crossed, hoping that it makes its way into Lightroom Desktop in the not-too-distant future. As background, Lightroom Web allows you to access, edit and share your photos from anywhere using just a web browser. Either sync (upload) […more]
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Whether you are a Creative Cloud subscriber and want to know how to get started with Lightroom mobile or web or you are not a subscriber and are just curious about what you’re missing, the video tutorial below will show you. In the Lightroom mobile portion of this tutorial I show you how to easily sync (download) photos from Lightroom on your desktop to your mobile devices, how to work on your photos on your mobile devices and have that work show up back in Lightroom on your desktop (and vice versa), how to sync your mobile device camera roll photos up to Lightroom on your desktop, and how to change where these are stored. In the Lightroom web portion I […more]