Sometimes, you don’t want to have to redo a selection that you are making in Photoshop. RC goes over a couple of quick tips on how to move your selection on the fly, as well as how to use other tools to modify the selection in Photoshop. For more information on education in Photoshop, Lightroom, […]
First off, thank you so much for the warm welcome on the launch of the site. We’ve gotten a ton of activity on it, and in the middle of it, we got a class suggestion from Alton! He asked if we could do a class on placing a logo on images. I told Alton, this […]
The Sprayer tool in Lightroom is probably the most underused tool out there. With this tool you can add a ton of different content to your images. RC goes over how to selectively add keywords to a group of images in Lightroom’s Library module.
While the panoramic and HDR modes in Lightroom are pretty fast, you can bypass the middle dialog boxes completely by going into Headless mode. This will automatically merge your panos and HDR files without seeing that window – and all you need to do is hold the Shift Key.
RC shares two quick tips for great spot removal in Lightroom. The first – never change your lens in the middle of a beach or desert (that should be pretty apparent). The second? Make sure you use the Visualize Spots checkbox in the lower part of the Lightroom Window.
If you work with the sliders in Lightroom and wish you could get a little bit more past 100 on a slider this tip will be great for you. By adding a gradient effect in Lightroom, you can add even more of the effect into the image (It also works with Radials and Brushes).
When working cropping images in Lightroom, its often better to work without distractions. Hiding your panels by using Shift-Tab as well as the L key for Lights Out can help you make better crop choices. RC takes you through cropping this picture as well as a couple of other Preference setting changes in this short […]
In just a few short minutes, Mia McCormick can show you how to adjust the video speed and duration of a clip. Adjusting the speed of a video clip can add some interesting high points to a video project that make it memorable and polished.