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Experiment in Lightroom using Virtual Copies

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

This post is part of our Learning Lightroom series. By creating Virtual Copies of your images, you can experiment on the same image using a variety of different settings. Virtual Copies act and look just like the originals, and you can apply settings to each one independently. But the beautiful thing about Virtual Copies is that they are not real files — they are only a set of instructions, which means they take up no extra space on your hard disk. Thus, you can create as many copies as you like without having to worry about running out of disk...

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Hands On with Lightroom's Profile Feature

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Hands On with Lightroom's Profile Feature

This post is part of our Learning Lightroom series. If you are shooting in RAW format (as compared to JPEG), your files may appear dull and lackluster. The reason for this is that you are in essence telling your camera not to make any color or exposure adjustments in camera – the images are not processed in the camera at all. When shooting in JPEG format, the camera tries to correct the image to make it look the best as possible. One advantage of shooting in RAW format is that you have much more flexibility when it comes to post-processing...

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Working with Lightroom's Quick Collection

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

This post is part of our Learning Lightroom series.In addition to standard Collections and Smart Collections, there is one final collection that you can create and that is a Quick Collection. What this is, is a temporary collection that allows you to add images in one keystroke. Quick collections are a way to quickly group together several photos temporarily. Perhaps you want to give someone a quick slideshow or show a client some examples of your portfolio. This also comes in handy when you want to group images from several different collections. To add an image to a Quick Collection, press...

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How to Hide Develop Module Presets in Lightroom CC Classic - New Feature

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

This post is part of the Learning Lightroom series In the Presets panel in the Develop module, you may now notice that your presets are grouped together with the groups separated by a horizontal line. This is a new feature recently added into Lightroom CC Classic 7.5. For instance, presets that you’ve purchased from third-party vendors are now separated from those presets that come bundled with Lightroom. But there is more that you can do to organize your presets. If your preset list has grown to the point where it’s become unwieldy, you can now choose to hide those presets...

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Lightroom Classic CC Level 3 courseware now available for download

Posted by Roger Hyttinen on

We have just added Lightroom Classic CC - Level 3 to the PCM Courseware Library. You can preview the first three chapters as well as view the course outline from our Lightroom Page  Lightroom Classic CC Level 1 and Level 2 have also been updated to include recent features added to Lightroom.  

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