Lightroom Organization is Easier Than You Think No topic gets more attention than how you should organize your photos. Not even discussions about whether Golf is actually a sport or if it’s OK to use selective color with black & white images. People always want to know a better way to organize their photos. Lee […]
Learning how to process fireworks photos isn’t that difficult. You just need to know the guidelines. This podcast episode discusses the issues you need to keep in mind (and they’re in the post below). Also, I provided a couple of videos below so you can see how the techniques work. This post is about post […]
Using Keywords in Lightroom is the smart way to organize your photos. While most Lightroom trainers emphasize using Collections, I find that searches with Keywords are far more effective and easier to use. Keywords in Lightroom are Better than Collections Someone needed to say it. If you aren’t familiar with either Keyword or Collections, let […]
If you want to learn how to use Lightroom Classic CC, there are plenty of options at your disposal. We cover the pros and cons of five different methods to learn Lightroom, from getting started to more advanced usage. Five Ways to Learn How to Use Lightroom Classic CC Learning how to use Lightroom Classic […]
Your Lightroom Editing Workflow Can Be Different and Still Succeed We discussed our Lightroom editing workflow in this episode of The Photo Flunky Show. Lee and I have completely opposite approaches to editing in Lightroom. We hope this discussion gives you some ideas to improve your own editing workflow. When we discuss Lightroom editing, we […]
If you don’t have a photo backup plan in place, I can promise that you will eventually lose your photos. That’s because all data repositories die. Some faster than others. With a good photo backup plan, you can ensure your photos live even if your repository dies.