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Kewording is key!

I am a firm believer in using keywords in Lightroom.  If you do a good job of keywording your images you will always be able to find whatever you are looking for no matter where it is stored on your computer. If I want to see all my “Grizzly Bear” images I can just search that term and see all the images and it doesn’t matter if they are grizzly bears from Alaska, or Wyoming, or what year they were taken, Lightroom will find them...

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Preparing for 4th of July

In preparation for the 4th of July, I thought I would post this video on how to add fireworks to a night image.

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You can go back again!

There is an old adage, “You can’t go back again” but that certainly doesn’t pertain to photographs.  Yesterday I was working on some video lessons on Lightroom Classic, when I got sucked into a black hole and taken back in time to a trip to Tibet 7 years ago.  I discovered images I had taken to make panoramas but never stitched, old images I processed but now can do better with the more modern tools in the Develop module...

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Exposing for Edge of Light

When I was kayaking on Sunday morning I saw a Great Blue Heron down river and noticed some shadow areas behind the bird.  I knew I may have a chance at some “edge of light” photos.  I wasn’t sure how tolerate this bird would be to my presence so I made some advance preparations for my photos...

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