Lightroom Classic

How to fix Lightroom import error “There is a problem with the video file” – Time Lapse Photography Article

How to fix Lightroom import error “There is a problem with the video file” My main use for Adobe Lightroom Classic is to colour grade and edit timelapse sequences. I also use Lightroom to organise all sorts of files after getting back from a shoot. Sometimes I shoot on my phone, other times I shoot on a mirrorless or DSLR camera as well as shooting on a dedicated timelapse camera. This means I import both photo files as well as…

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Speed up Lightroom for timelapse editing – Time Lapse Photography Article

Speed up Lightroom for timelapse editing In this article I will explain how you can speed up Lightroom for timelapse editing.With the latest versions of Adobe Lightroom a very frustrating and time consuming bug has crept into the software.The ‘copy/paste settings’ or ‘synchronise settings’ action now takes minutes instead of seconds.This article explores a different workflow to increase your efficiency when editing timelapse sequences.I realise that this technically isn’t speeding up Lightroom however I worded it that way for SEO…

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Instant Awesome Looks Using Creative Profiles in Lightroom – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, July 15, 2019 in Develop, Featured, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Videos | [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6baouvJ0vc?feature=oembed&w=838&h=471] Terry White did a great video on one of my favorite Lightroom features in years — the Creative Profiles. I found so many users who aren’t taking advantage of these profiles, and if that’s you, make sure you check out Terry’s video (above). This will open a whole new world of awesome looks the easy way. Thanks, Terry! I’m…

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Advanced Lightroom Start To Finish Project – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, July 1, 2019 in Develop, Featured, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Videos | Mornin’, everybody! Today we’ve got a tutorial that moves at the speed and style for advanced users. There’s nothing here that you can’t do — it’s just the speed and the fact that I don’t explain every little thing along the way like I would for a beginner tutorial. I think you’ll find lots of helpful little tricks in this one — I start…

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Lightroom Help Desk Roundup – Lightroom Killer Tips – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 in Develop, Featured, Filmstrip, Lightroom Classic | I’ve pulled together some of the recent questions (and answers) on Lightroom Classic that people have sent into me recently in the hopes that it may help others in the future. Change Size of Filmstrip The height of the Filmstrip that appears along the bottom of the interface in Lightroom Classic can be resized to a limited degree, but it isn’t necessarily intuitive. Just…

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Important Preferences and Catalog Settings – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 in Catalog, Featured, Lightroom Classic | Taking control of your Lightroom Classic experience involves becoming familiar with key preference settings, and even customizing some of them to best fit your needs. In my experience many people can quite happily use Lightroom Classic for a long time before ever discovering the preferences and catalog settings dialog boxes. I think this is due to the fact that most of the default settings are…

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What Version of Lightroom Are You Using? – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 in Featured, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Mobile, Lightroom Only | Answering Lightroom Help Desk questions for KelbyOne has gotten more challenging since Adobe dropped the “CC” from the names of all Lightroom products last month. Just about every conversation I have with fellow Lightroom users involves a bit of back and forth out of the gate to ensure we are on the same page about which product they are using.…

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Alternative Import Options – Lightroom Killer Tips – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 in Featured, Import, Library, Lightroom Classic | Last week I discussed the most common route for importing new photos via the Import window. Now that we understand that importing only means adding information about each photo to the catalog, we can step back and see that there are some additional routes our photos can take to be added to the catalog, though some are easier to see than others. Let’s take…

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Lightroom Classic: 11 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Collections instead of Folders – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, June 3, 2019 in Featured, Library, Lightroom Classic | Happy Monday, everybody. Hey, before we dig into this — thanks to everybody who came out to spend a few days with us last week in Orlando at The Photoshop World Conference. Both Rob and I were doing sessions on the Lightroom training track (along with some other Lightroom pros) and it was packed every day! We had a total blast. (Lots of pictures and the…

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So Many Ways to Import – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 in Catalog, Featured, Import, Lightroom Classic | Importing is the most fundament aspect of using Lightroom Classic, and is also one of the least understood, which makes it the source of a great many problems. Because it is such a key aspect of the Lightroom Classic experience there are also a multitude of options for running your photos through this process. Do you know them all, and all the little nuances…

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10 Shortcuts Every Lightroom Classic User Should Know – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Friday, May 24, 2019 in Featured, Keyboard Shortcuts, Lightroom Classic | Here ya go! To change the brush size of Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush; the Left Bracket key on your keyboard makes the brush size smaller; the right bracket makes it larger To reset any slider to its default setting, double-click on the slider’s nub or its name. To make your thumbnails in the Library Module larger, press +. To make them smaller press –. To…

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Exploring Range Mask Options: Depth – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 in Adjustment Brushes, Featured, Lightroom Classic | We’ve previously explored the Luminance and Color options for Range Mask, so let’s wrap up this series with a look at the Depth option. Note at the time of this writing, the Depth option currently only works with photos in HEIC file format captured on supported iPhones (7+, 8+, X, Xs, Xs Max, and Xr) using either the built-in Portrait mode or the Depth…

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Lightroom Black & White Editing Tips – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, May 20, 2019 in Develop, Featured, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Videos | Happy Monday, everybody. Today I did a short tutorial for you that includes a bunch of little tips for making better black and white conversions, and you’ll see my workflow for taking a color image through to the black and white final. It’s short and sweet. Well, it’s short anyway. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyYcBmgGZ0w?feature=oembed&w=838&h=629] Hope you found that helpful. Some photos from my…

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How to Use Lightroom’s New Texture Slider (and why it’s ​so awesome) – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Friday, May 17, 2019 in Featured, Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic | I saw a post this week in my feed and it noted that the Texture Slider was the first new slider added to Lightroom in four years (I guess the last slider added was the Dehaze slider). Of course, there’s been a ton of new features added since then, but as far as sliders go, I think they might be right. Well, thankfully, this…

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