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Bit Depth in Plain English

I had an amazing question from a reader this week. She asked about using Lightroom’s ‘edit in Photoshop’ tool. If you don’t know about how to do this, check out that video here. What she was wondering was about the bit depth difference between Lightroom and Photoshop Elements. You see, Lightroom edits in 16 bit…

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Session Wrap-Up {behind the scenes of on-location education session}

I’ve never blogged an on-location education session because I only just now got the bright idea that my assistant should be doubled up as a behind-the-scenes photographer. Duh! So this is my session last week where I spent about 6 hours shooting & editing with my student, Janie. I arranged two wonderful little models for…

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10 Lightroom shortcuts & clickables you don’t know about

Although it looks simplistic at first glance, Lightroom is such a powerfully deep editing program. There are layers upon layers of powerful options and almost endless editing capabilities. There are even plug-ins out there (like this one) for editing with layers in Lightroom just like you do in Photoshop. You can get the most out…

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