Jeff Harmon explains what the new Enhance Details feature introduced by Adobe in the February 2019 release of Lightroom and Photoshop does and when photographers should use it.
Jeff explains why photographers should choose their top ten image annually and what benefit he saw from doing that for 2018.
Greg Benz joins Jeff to answer the question of “What is Luminosity Masking?”
Chris Marquardt talks with Jeff about everything you need to know about digitizing prints and negatives/slides using scanners and cameras.
Jeff is joined by good friend of the show, Victoria Bampton (better known as the Lightroom Queen), to talk about the new desktop and mobile features of Lightroom CC 1.5 released in August 2018.
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 talks with computer building expert Matt Bach of Puget Systems about the best choices for building a Lightroom computer in 2018. They talk about all of the decisions to make to custom build a Windows computer, as well as the recommendations for where it is worth spending the money if you are buying a Mac or a PC from …
Jeff walks through the details of XMP, what it is, why photographers should care, the pros and cons, multiple options to turn in on in Lightroom, and a couple of lesser known options.
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 …