Cleaning Up Your Mess in Lightroom 6

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How to Organize Your Images in Lightroom CC

Is it time for spring cleaning yet? Adobe Evangelist Terry White walks through how to organize your photos in Lightroom CC

PIX2015 - Tim Grey - Reframing Your Story: Small Steps to Big Improvements

Tim has written more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, has published dozens of video training courses, has had hundreds of articles published in magazines such as Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, among others. For more than thirteen years he has been publishing the daily Ask Tim Grey eNewsletter, answering questions from photographers. He also produces the related Ask Tim Grey Podcast. He also publishes the monthly Pixology electronic magazine. Tim teaches through workshops, seminars, and appearances at major events around the country and around the world.

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The Art of Sharing From Capture to Print | Matt Kloskowski

Sponsored by Epson Are you printing your photographs? You should! Your photographs deserve to live outside of your memory cards, camera, and phone, and printing them is easier than you may think. This video is all about the stuff they don’t tell you about workflow and getting your photos ready to share. See, not every photo is created equal. What you intend to do with the photo is sometimes just as important to consider during the shoot, as well as after. In this video, you’ll learn some of the tips and techniques to use for setting yourself up to save, print and share your photos in the best way possible. Everything from what to think about while taking the photo, editing it, and what papers will show off your prints in the best way possible. Matt Kloskowski covers some of the key post-processing tips to make your photos look great, and all of those sometimes quirky printer settings to help you make the prints you were envisioning at the original moment of capture. Matt Kloskowski Photo Check Out More Event Spaces ► Subscribe to the B&H Photo YouTube Channel ► Follow us on Social Media ► ► ► ► ►

Learn Lightroom 6 / CC - Episode 4: Portrait Retouch

This is the fourth episode of Learn Lightroom 6 aka Lightroom CC. In this video we will: 1.) Demonstrate the difference between Clone and Heal in the Spot Removal tool 2.) Remove blemishes with the Spot Removal tool 3.) Soften under eye bags with the Spot Removal tool 4.) Soften Skin with the Brush tool 5.) Enhance the iris, hair and eyebrows with the Brush tool 6.) Whiten teeth with the Brush tool All of the Lightroom 6, Lightroom CC videos can be found here: This video is brought to you courtesy of Anthony Morganti -- Please visit his website at: for free photography videos, tips and articles.

Admit it: Your Lightroom catalog isn’t quite as organized as you’d like. In fact, you might even be a little embarrassed if another photographer were to see your Lightroom catalog. In this session, Tim Grey shows you how to resolve organizational challenges in Lightroom and how to optimize your workflow to ensure you can always find the photo you need when you need it. This presentation features Lightroom 6, but works with older versions of Lightroom as well.

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