Adjustment Brush is one of my best friends in Lightroom. Still, it looks like I didn’t know all its secrets. Scott Kelby reveals a quick tip for all of you who, like me, didn’t know that you can draw a straight line with the Adjustment Brush. In this video, Scott will show you how in just under a minute.
This hidden Lightroom trick lets you systematically search for sensor dust in your photos
Sensor dust can be an absolute pain sometimes. No matter how clean we try to keep our cameras, it just seems to creep in there when we least expect it – and often when it has the most impact on our shots. There are tools in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw to let us clean it up, but we often have to zoom in and drag the image around, hoping that we find them all.
This neat trick from photographer Anthony Morganti makes this an easy systematic task with one simple keypress. I’ve been zooming and manually dragging images around in Adobe Camera Raw for years, and never knew I could do this. Now it’ll make cleaning up images a breeze.
Quick tip: four ways to copy develop settings in Lightroom Classic
Copying and pasting Develop settings from one photo to another can immensely speed up your editing workflow. It’s one of my favorite features of Lightroom, and Benjamin Warde from Lightroom team shows you four different ways to do it.
Quick Tip: how to precisely detect and remove chromatic aberration in Lightroom
Chromatic aberration is a common (and annoying) lens problem. It causes the objects in your image to have colored lines, usually purple or green. Fortunately, you can easily remove it in Lightroom, but sometimes it can be difficult to detect the issue. Photographer Anthony Morganti shows you how to spot chromatic aberration in your photos using Alt/Option key, and how to remove it and get the best results.
Quick tip: How to get “Photoshop-like” Guides in Lightroom
If you use guides in Photoshop, you know they can help you position and align the elements of the photo accurately. But do you miss these guides in Lightroom? If you do, it’s good to know Lightroom offers them, too. This option is kinda “buried” in the menu, and you may easily miss if you don’t know it’s there. This quick and easy tutorial by Scott Kelby will help you find it and use Guides in Lightroom CC.
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