How to Return Presets Back to Alphabetical Order After Lightroom Upgrade 7.3

How to Return Presets Back to Alphabetical Order After Lightroom Upgrade 7.3

Are your presets out of order following the Lightroom 7.3 update? We have a solution that doesn’t involve any coding or manual preset name change
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How to Install Presets in Lightroom 7.3 (April 2018 release)

How to Install Presets in Lightroom 7.3 (April 2018 release)

Adobe has released a major new version of Lightroom that includes some significant changes. This includes new Raw and Creative profiles, along with changes to the file format of presets. Previously, Lightroom used the .lr file format for presets. With the introduction of 7.3, Lightroom now uses the .xmp file format. 

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How to Use Lightroom: Seven Hidden Features and Tips for White and Black Points

How to Use Lightroom: Seven Hidden Features and Tips for White and Black Points

Lightroom offers multiple ways to do many tasks.  Some are obvious and others are hidden.  Some sliders have theoretical "proper" settings, and all can be adjusted to taste.  This article offers a deep dive into the whites and blacks sliders, with insights on common guidelines and some hidden features within Lightroom.
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A Guide to the October 2017 Lightroom CC Release

A Guide to the October 2017 Lightroom CC Release

The new Lightroom release has created quite a buzz. Learn about new features, changes, and enhancements, here!
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How to Use Lightroom: Fix Wrinkles, Pimples, and Smooth the Skin

How to Use Lightroom: Fix Wrinkles, Pimples, and Smooth the Skin

It goes without saying that professional photographs look flawless. But how? What tricks are they using? Learn the tricks of the trade here... 
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How to Use Lightroom – The Radial Filter Tool

How to Use Lightroom – The Radial Filter Tool

Lightroom’s radial filter is an extremely quick and powerful tool. The radial filter tool is typically used in portrait photography in order to highlight the subject and imperceptibly attract viewer attention towards a customizable area of the photo.
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How to Use Lightroom: Processing black and white pictures in Lightroom

How to Use Lightroom: Processing black and white pictures in Lightroom

Black and white photography is a unique way of seeing the world. It's also quite a popular genre of photography. Lightroom is not only a great tool for post-processing black and white files, but it allows for the creation of black and white files from any color photo. 
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How To Use Lightroom:  The Tone Curve Panel

How To Use Lightroom: The Tone Curve Panel

The Tone Curve Panel in Lightroom's Develop module is a provision for more precise tonal and contrast control of our photos. Like all Develop module panels, the Tone Curve Panel is found on the right hand side of the Lightroom window, just below the Basic panel. 
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Image Editing Software for Blogging: PicMonkey vs. Lightroom

Image Editing Software for Blogging: PicMonkey vs. Lightroom

As a blogger, visual representation of your story is a vital aspect of your brand. Luckily, there are resources available to you to help you achieve professional results without having to hire a professional designer. A small investment in some basic editing software and creativity are all you need to get started. Which one is best for you? 
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How to Use Lightroom: Culling of Photos in Lightroom Part 2

How to Use Lightroom: Culling of Photos in Lightroom Part 2

In the first article onquick culling I went through my process for culling large numbers of images. This is a very effective technique for weddings, holidays, sports shoots or any other photographic activity that ends in a large mass of material that is crying out for culling and assorting. But what if you do not have such a large number of im...
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How to Use Lightroom: White Balance

How to Use Lightroom: White Balance

If we were to classify post-processing parameters by their impact on photos, white balance would come up as the first one in the list. Have you wondered what is mainly responsible for the distinctive cold cinematic look? You guessed it, white balance. 
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How to Use Lightroom: Cropping

How to Use Lightroom: Cropping

Cropping is one of those powerful post-processing essentials that can help your photography really take off. It can draw the viewer's attention to specific areas of a photo, it can help remove of unwanted elements of the photo, or even create unique end results from the same photo by using different cropping techniques! 
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