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)
Jeff talks with the Lightroom Queen, Victoria Bampton, about the new Texture slider Adobe added to Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw in May 2019. They talk about how it works and when to use it to adjust your photos.
Jeff talks with world renowned macro photography Don Komarechka about how to get started with macro photography.
Jeff talks with concert photographer expert Steve Brazill about the tips, tricks, and techniques photographers should know about getting into concert photography.
You can end up with black bars across your photo if you are using flash and you have set your shutter speed faster than the “max sync speed” of your camera. Rarely can a camera have a shutter speed faster than 1/250 of a second but you have to check your manual for the specific “sync” setting for your camera. …
Chris Marquardt talks with Jeff about everything you need to know about digitizing prints and negatives/slides using scanners and cameras.
Jeff Harmon answers a listener question about how it is that adjustment syncing between two or more photos should work in Lightroom. He describes some important details about how photo selections work, the role of the “active” photo in selections and adjustment syncing, and some reasons why it may be that adjustment syncing may fail.
Jeff refreshes information from his 2015 article, the ULTIMATE Backup Workflow for Photographers, with information from 2018 including the two “storage walls” photographers slam into in their photographic journey and how to recover from hitting both of them.
Jeff walks through a revamp of the profiles feature in the release of Lightroom Classic CC 7.3 and Camera Raw 10.3. Even though profiles have been around for nearly 20 years, Adobe made a lot of changes to them in this release. Jeff walks through: There are now two types of profiles. Camera-specific and creative. Let’s dig into each type …