Adobe has released a robust set updates and new features with this latest version 9.3 for Adobe Lightroom Classic.
As of this morning, and without much advanced notification, Adobe has released new logo designs for both Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Desktop (aka Lightroom Cloud). This design change is, in fact, part of a larger change that Adobe is making across the entire company.
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Best Practice Settings for Lightroom Classic — Part I
I was configuring the Preferences and Catalog Settings for a new Lightroom Classic catalog the other week and I realized that there isn’t a lot of good information about which settings are the most important to pay attention to. So, I conferred with D.A. Wagner and we came up with a list of the most important settings that need attention for running Lightroom Classic.
Lightroom Classic has a …
Best practices for finally taking care of that annoying pop up!
Ever find yourself in this situation?
You go to quit Lightroom and this pops up … Do you want to back up your catalog?
Let’s demystify what that pop up message really means and understand the best practice to back up your Lightroom catalog.
First, this blog post …
We've been getting quite a few questions about this issue. So we thought it would be a good idea to address it in a blog post. Should you update to Lightroom version 9 and upgrade your catalog? The short answer is: yes!
New Lightroom Guy Website:
Same Great Content + More!
It has been a long road, but we finally have our new Lightroom Guy website up and running! As many of our regular readers know, we offer a number of professional services relating to digital photography, computers, software and travel. As our tagline indicates, we offer “Expert Support for Digital Photography.”
While our old website was great for putting our blog posts forward, it wasn’t always clear that we operate as a professional services company. Indeed, our website is our primary source for …
In the previous post of this series, I discussed an important way of thinking about how to approach your summer travel photography. I pointed out that cameras are just tools and it is up to us as photographers, to know when and how to use the right tool for the right job, especially when it comes to smartphones or traditional digital cameras.
Thankfully the answer is: very little!
Just the other week, a client bought a new camera and came to us with a question about color space. They had read a few articles on the internet about the difference between ProPhoto, AdobeRGB and sRGB. Thinking more was better, they set their camera for ProPhoto. But, got confused when it came to changing settings on their computer.
This simple answer is, if …