Some Recent Lightroom Tips from the Lightroom Diary
If you're a Lightroom user and you haven't checked out my companion site "The Lightroom Diary" recently, then you may have missed some of the quick tips I've been posting. I've been adding some new material to the Lightroom focussed blog lately including some tips and tricks for all levels, from beginners to non-beginners. Here are some of the ones that I've posted recently that you might want to check out:
In this tip I show you how to find out what preset you have previously used on an image. This is handy if you're looking through old shots and like the look of a certain picture but can't remember which preset you may have used on it.
A quick tip showing you the keyboard shortcut for quickly jumping to the history panel in the Develop module
In this post I show you how to reset Lightroom Mobile if you're having problems syncing with your mobile devices or the adobe cloud service
In this tip I show you how to change or hide the information that's shown in the Loupe view
In this tip I show you how to stop the Film Strip from popping up when you hover at the bottom of the screen, and how to set it's various display modes
That's just some of the recent posts on the Lightroom diary. I haven't been terribly regular with the posting schedule for the site, but that changes starting now, and I'm going to be posting at lest 2 - 3 times a week from now on. So, if you haven't already done so, and you're a Lightroom user, stop by and check out the site. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed, and I'll be setting up a mailing list for it soon, so that you can get weekly digests.
Speaking of Lightroom, Don't forget about my Autumn Lightroom Preset sale. I'm giving 25% off on all my presets when you use the special code at the check out. On top of that I've reduced some prices, and added special sale pricing for some preset collections too, so there's never been a better time if you're looking for some original creative presets for Lightroom.