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Wondering what the Lightroom 4 Beta looks like and/or how to use the new features successfully? I still have some spots left in this FREE 90 minute webinar, Saturday January 28 at 10:00 a.m. PST (6:00 PM GMT.) This is my last one on the Beta! Register here: If you can’t attend, you will find a recording of an earlier one here: Lightroom 4 Beta Recorded Webinar.
Wondering what the Lightroom 4 Beta looks like and/or how to use the new features successfully? I still have some spots left in this free 90 minute webinar, Saturday January 14 at 9:00 a.m. PST (5:00 PM GMT.) Register here. And stay tuned for many more webinar topics, on both Lightroom and Photoshop!
Here’s a good set of introductory videos from Adobe’s Julieanne Kost.
One of the great things about working with Lightroom’s Develop module is that anything you do can always be undone. If you want to undo everything you have done, you can click on the Import step in History: or hit the Reset Button (in the bottom right): Let’s look at the difference between the two methods:
For this week’s Lightroom tip, I am resurrecting one from a couple years ago: I recommend that you do all of your Lightroom clean up and retouching work zoomed into 1:2 or 1:1 (the latter for larger prints). You should also review all of your local adjustments at these zoom ratios to make sure that your edges aren’t obvious. Here’s an easy way to move through your photograph while you are zoomed in so that you don’t miss any of it: – Zoom in (by clicking on 1:1 or 1:2 from the drop-down in the navigator panel, typing Z, or Ctl/Cmd + twice) – Press the Home button on your keyboard to move to the top left corner of […more]