[embedded content] Lightroom and Photoshop are designed to work hand-in-hand, so you can easily pass photos between the two programs while you’re working with them. Photography instructor Phil Steele of Steele Training made this beginner’s 17-minute tutorial on doing “round trips” (and even “nested round trips”) with photos between Lightroom and Photoshop. After selecting a
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The Northern Lights are on many people’s bucket lists. The celestial phenomenon occurs in the upper levels of our atmosphere. We’ve long sought explanations for these beautiful lights, and extensive research has come up with many answers. We thought we had it all covered until something strange happened. Recently, in Finnish Lapland, a scientist discovered
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One of the biggest misconceptions about commercial photography is that you have to have a big budget—and an unlimited amount of time—to make profitable images. The truth is that while some stock photographers do set aside specific dates to shoot for their commercial portfolios, many simply incorporate Licensing into the shoots they already have planned—no
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An Arkansas photographer is being ordered to pay nearly $200,000 in penalties and restitution after a court found that he tricked dozens of people into paying him for photographs he never actually delivered. The consumer-protection lawsuit was filed by Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge in October of 2018, after her office received over 50 complaints
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The sun rises above Nyungwe as the mist lifts from the forest. This is a single shot from a long time-lapse we created that reveals the flow of the clouds. The close of the 20th century was a dark time for the people of Rwanda. The 1994 genocide during a four-year civil war took the
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This year is going to be all about breaking photography rules. We’re going to see the rise and fall of some key trends in 2020 and even a few comebacks. Photography trends have defined generations of hobbyists and professionals for years, and the recycling of trends isn’t new. For example, the resurgence of luxury and
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In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne walks though setting up the Tethered capture setting in Lightroom and demonstrates how to automatically apply develop settings and presets as well as sort by descending order to view the most recently taken photograph. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom
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Yesterday, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior officially signed an order temporarily grounding all Chinese-made drones, solidifying a ‘pause’ that was first announced in October and drawing a heated response from market leader DJI. The official order (embedded below) calls for the “temporary cessation of non-emergency unmanned aircraft systems fleet operations” in order to ensure
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