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Lightroom Classic

How to Filter Virtual Copies or Master Files

Lightroom has a quick way to separate out the virtual copies from the master versions. Here’s how to do it in the Library module.

How to Save a Single Frame from a Video as a JPG Using Lightroom

If you’re looking to extract a single frame from a video and save it as a JPG, here’s how to do it in Lightroom.

Rotate Images in Lightroom

How to Rotate Photos in Lightroom

A step-by-step guide to rotating photos in Lightroom, including 90-degree rotation, auto straighten, precise straighten, and rotating multiple photos.

Lightroom 3.6’s Much Improved Recovery Tool

The Recovery tool in earlier versions of Lightroom introduced unwanted side effects like color shifts. Lightroom 3.6 fixes many of those.

Comparing the AI Auto Processing of Lightroom Classic CC and Luminar 2018

Both Lightroom Classic CC and Luminar 2018 now offer processing using AI, or artificial intelligence. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of their initial automatic one-click processing options.

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How to Select Images Shot with the Exact Same Camera in Lightroom Classic

Here’s how to filter all the images taken with a specific camera in Lightroom Classic.

How to Install Aurora HDR as a Lightroom Plugin

Aurora HDR 2019 can be used as a standalone app, but it can also be used as a plugin for Lightroom. Here’s a quick guide on how to install and use Aurora HDR 2019 as a Lightroom plugin.

How to Change the Thumbnail Image for a Video in Lightroom

Changing the thumbnail image, or poster frame, used for videos in Lightroom can be a handy way to provide a more useful visual reference point when you’re trying to find the video you’re after. Here’s how to do it.

How to Resize Photos in Lightroom Classic

Having trouble finding the resize button in Lightroom Classic? There isn’t one. Here’s a simple guide to what you do instead.

Revealing Clipped Highlights and Shadows

Lightroom has a very useful feature that shows you precisely the parts of an image where highlights or shadows are getting clipped as you adjust the settings.

Lightroom Tutorials and Classes

Best Lightroom Tutorials & Lightroom Classes for Online Learning

Whether you’re new to Lightroom or looking to dive deeper, here are some of the best places to find Lightroom tutorials, classes, and courses.

Correcting GoPro Fisheye Distortion in Lightroom

Correcting GoPro Lens Distortion in Photos Using Lens Correction Profiles

GoPros have a distinctive fisheye look to its photos and videos by default. But it that’s not what you want for your photos, here’s how you can correct it in Lightroom.

Adding a Grid Overlay to the Loupe View

The grid loupe overlay is pretty self-explanatory and simple to use, but you do have some control over its appearance.

How to Export Square Photos from Lightroom

Here’s a method for exporting square photos from Lightroom without having to create virtual copies or use the crop tool.

How to Trim Videos in Lightroom

Lightroom doesn’t have much in the way of editing tools when working with video files, but it does have the ability to trim the beginning or end of video clips.

How to Rename a Lightroom Catalog

Whether you need to back up, move, or just change the name of a Lightroom catalog, here’s a step-by-step guide.

How to Use Lightroom Classic’s Crop Overlays to Help with Composition

If you want more control or precision in your cropping than just eyeballing it, Lightroom has some built-in tools to help. Guides include Golden Thirds, Golden Spirals, or Aspect Ratios.

How to Enable the Publish Services Panel If It’s Hidden

Here’s how to enable the Publish Services, Catalog, Folders, or Collections panels in the Library module if they’re not visible.