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Feb 2017

Lightroom into Instagram

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

By Douglas Wade This month I want to write on the integration of Lightroom with a photography social network called Instagram, which is a photo-sharing application for phones. It allows you to share your images and videos publicly or privately. It even allows direct messaging. It is owned by Facebook, so the integrations to Facebook […]

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Feb 2017

Lightroom Smart Collections

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

Lightroom Smart Collections By Douglas Wade I love when Lightroom does organization for me in an automated way. One such way is the Smart Collections. There are two types of collections, Smart and Regular Collections. Think of Smart Collections as folders based on metadata, and the folders are constantly updating the collections as image’s data […]

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Jan 2017

Lightroom – Creating Copyright/ Contact Preset

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

When I work with images for the newsletter and website, I see too many images are lacking metadata such as Artist (Creator) name and Copyright data. I think it is a must to have that data on all your images that you release into the wild, such as LPA, S4C, PSA, social media like Facebook, […]

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Nov 2016

Article – LR – Judging Using Lightroom

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Camera Club Judging Using Lightroom By Douglas Wade I have been the chairperson for our local Antelope Valley Fair for the past 3-4 years and have been the one to secure 3 judges per year, from multiple sources, to judge ~2000 photographs with over 1500 prints and close to 450 digital images, which are displayed […]

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Oct 2016

Lightroom – Before and After

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

Before and After By Douglas Wade When I talk to people about Lightroom there are two things that seem hard to believe; the first is Lightroom is non-destructive, meaning that the original file is never changed, all changes are either added inside the file in a special place, or Lightroom writes an external sidecar file. […]

Lightroom and HDR

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Sep 2016

Lightroom and HDR

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

By Douglas Wade HDR Merge was introduced in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC/Lightroom 6. High Dynamic Range (HDR) has been around for some time, and at one point people were processing lots of images that took on a “grunge” look – a look that seems over-processed in my opinion. It seemed to be more gimmick-like and […]

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Jul 2016

Article – LR – Alt, Option Key

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

By Douglas Wade Lightroom and Photoshop have so much “packed into” their programs there is no plausible way to fit them in the menu setting. In Lightroom, I will showcase some of my favorite uses of the Alt key (PC) or Option key (Mac). I find using them a welcomed addition to my workflow. Cropping […]

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May 2016

Lightroom – Metadata

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

by Douglas Wade Since I have been doing the newsletter and the website, I’ve noticed how some of the photo submissions do not include important metadata. When I upload the images to the website, if the creator metadata is missing, the website gives me the photo credit. Thank you, I would love to take credit […]

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May 2016

Lightroom – Target Adjustment Tool

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

by Douglas Wade There is a little tool in Lightroom’s Develop Module that you may not have noticed before. It’s contained in many of the panels and called the Targeted Adjustment Tool. It is a simple little tool that basically samples an area of your image and will allow you to easily modify one or […]

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May 2016

Lightroom Web and Lightroom Mobile

In Blog By douglaspaulwade

Lightroom Web and Lightroom Mobile By Douglas Wade Lightroom on the web is the browser-based version of Lightroom Mobile. Lightroom Mobile connects to Lightroom on your desktop by syncing collections. This allows you to have a subset of your complete catalogue on your devices. Editing in Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Web and Desktop are all non-destructive […]