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Modules in Lightroom

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Lightroom has seven modules built into it, and each one has different features, different tools, and a different purpose. To give a sense of what Lightroom can do, and what parts of the program do each task, I outline the function and features of each module below. If you want to learn more about Lightroom ... Read more


How Do You Make Lightroom’s Quick Collection Useful?

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     Lightroom‘s “Quick Collection” may seem a little useless at first. I mean, it’s only a temporary Collection that doesn’t make sense. You can group images together, but then what? Well, let me show you one thing and then it will make sense, but lets go over using the Quick Collection first.     ... Read more


Spot Your Images More Effectively by Creating Your Own Tool in Lightroom

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Lightroom 5 has a new feature that lets you reveal dust by adjusting a black mask. However, I have found that this doesn’t actually show dust that well. It shows the big pieces just fine, but those I can usually see without any help. It’s the little specks, the ones that are semi-transparent, don’t show ... Read more


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