Tips & Tricks
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.
Luminar 4 is designed as a standalone app, but you can also use it alongside Lightroom. Here’s how to install and use Luminar as a plugin in Lightroom Classic CC.
One of the new features in Lightroom Classic is that you can use the embedded previews more effectively to speed up importing and culling.
Using Lightroom’s post-export options, if you’re using Mac it’s possible to optimize your images as part of the export process.
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.
Here’s a method for exporting square photos from Lightroom without having to create virtual copies or use the crop tool.
Trying to figure out how to convert RAW files to JPEG in Lightroom Classic? Here’s how to do it.
If you need to filter out just the portrait (vertical), landscape (horizontal), or square images, you can use the Aspect Ratio filter criteria.
Lightroom’s map module uses GPS coordinates in the degrees, minutes, and seconds format. If you need them in decimal degree format, here’s a quick way to convert them.
Lightroom doesn’t have a built-in way (yet) to filter only the top images of a stack or any other stack position. But the Any Filter plugin adds that functionality.
Flickr is one of the most popular ways to share photos online. Here’s how to get your photos from Lightroom to Flickr.
Publishing photos directly from Lightroom to Wordpress has some very useful benefits. Now there’s a plugin to make it happen.
Dust spots and scratches are unavoidable facts of life if you’re scanning film or prints. You can repair them right from within Lightroom.
Importing images into Lightroom can sometimes seem to take forever. Here are some ways to streamline the process and save time.
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.
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.
Lightroom’s Clarity tool in the Develop module helps bring out the detail in photos and now works much better than in earlier versions of 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.