Tips & Tricks
If you need to filter out just the portrait (vertical), landscape (horizontal), or square images, you can use the Aspect Ratio filter criteria.
The Auto tone function has been given a major overhaul in the latest update to Lightroom Classic CC (7.1) to use Adobe’s artificial intelligence network, Sensei, in an effort to improve the effectiveness of Auto tone. Here’s how it works in practice.
Lightroom’s Guides loupe overlay is a simple yet flexible tool for aligning either a specific spot in the frame or aligning horizontal or vertical lines. It’s one of a few different overlay tools available in Lightroom.
Lightroom has a built-in feature to automatically stack images by the time interval between their capture time. In the right workflow it can save a lot fo time and tedium.
JPEGmini Pro offers a way to make filesizes impressively smaller when you export JPGs from Lightroom or use with a publish service.
If you have a memory card reader that supports it, it is possible to import photos and videos from multiple memory cards at once in Lightroom. Here’s how.
HDR is traditionally all about the drama. But it doesn’t have to be all about overly saturated and uber dramatic images. The tone-mapping tools built into apps like Photomatix and Aurora HDR 2019 can be useful for making otherwise blah photos more interesting and perhaps salvaging them as keepers.
The Lightroom export function allows you fine tune the quality of the resulting JPEGs in increments of single percentage points. But it turns out that the quality settings actually work in bands.
Lightroom’s basic zooming in on a photo is simple and intuitive, but there are ways to get even more control over how it works to better suit your preferences and workflow.
Lightroom offers a quick, easy, and powerful way to batch rename files, whether you’re trying to do half a dozen for a client or tens of thousands at once. Here’s a guide on how to do it.