A guide of how photographers can do their first screen calibration using DisplayCal software without having to be an expert in color management.
Yes, it is safe photographers to delete the Lightroom Previews.lrdata file on Mac / folder on Windows. However, Lightroom Classic won’t be able to accurately show you what your photos look like with the adjustments you have made in the Library module. Solve both of those problems by building Standard Previews for the images you are editing.
Learn how to use the embedded preview workflow with Lightroom Classic to slash 90% off the time to import raw files!
Moving your Lightroom Classic catalog from a slow, spinning drive to an SSD will improve performance and it is pretty simple to do.
A checklist of things to work on if your photos don’t seem like they are as sharp as you would like
Learn how to do stunning water droplet photography from Don Komarechka, one of the world’s leading experts in macro photography!
Jeff and Aaron Nace provide 7 steps photographers can use to take the intimidation out of Photoshop so that it can become the tool they need to achieve their creative vision.
The aperture changes as you zoom your lens because the lens does not physically support the widest (smallest number) aperture at all focal lengths of the lens. This is most often something photographers see in very inexpensive lenses.
If your saved edits in Photoshop don’t seem to be showing in Lightroom, check these 5 things: Sort order (Library Module) Stack with original preference Smart collection, collection, Library Filter Don’t use “Save As”/Export in Photoshop Weird case sensitive folder (rare)