Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 123: A Map Tip

by Anthony Morganti    @AnthonyMorganti

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Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 123: A Map Tip

This is episode 123 of Lightroom Quick Tips where I give a quick Lightroom tip.

In this episode of Lightroom Quick Tips, I demonstrate how to move, adjust and lock the markers in the Map Module of Lightroom.


At the end of the video, I mentioned a video I did where I demoed how to geotag your images using a smartphone app. You can view that video below:

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Learn Lightroom 6 / CC – Episode 23: The Pixar Look

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Learn Lightroom 6 / CC – Episode 23: The Pixar Look

This is episode 23 of Learn Lightroom 6/CC

In this episode, I demonstrate how to process a portrait to give it, what is often referred to, as the Pixar look.

 


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5 – Who Can You Believe?

by Anthony Morganti

Here is another in a regular series of short blog posts or as I prefer to call them, essays, on all of the things I’ve learned that weren’t taught to me in a classroom or a textbook. Hence the name:

Photography After the Textbook

5 – Who Can You Believe?

How can you trust all the talking heads like me that pontificate on YouTube? I say this because recently I became keenly aware of something that is probably obvious to everyone else – One can make a lot of money saying something is good even if they don’t believe it to be.

Around six months ago, I was contacted by a web hosting company (probably not the one you’re thinking of), about doing a video that demonstrates how easy it is for a photographer to setup their portfolio with them...

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Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 122: Ways to Copy Processing

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Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 122: Ways to Copy Processing

This is episode 122 of Lightroom Quick Tips where I give a quick Lightroom tip.

In this episode of Lightroom Quick Tips, I demonstrate two different methods, with two subtle variations, on how to copy the processing you did to one image, to another image or images.


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Questions & Answers: Episode 9

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Questions & Answers: Episode 9

This is episode nine of a video series where I answer some of the questions I received during the week.

In this episode, I answer five different Lightroom related questions.

1.) What is the difference between the vibrance and saturation sliders?
2.) Is there a way to not open in the “Previous Import” folder after an import?
3.)My Import screen doesn’t have a Destination tab. Why?
4.) When I send an image from Lightroom to Photoshop, it’s cooler, why?
5.) When I maximize Lightroom, I cannot minimize it again. Is there a setting or something I’m missing?


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Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 121: Customized Crop Guide Overlay

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Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 121: Customized Crop Guide Overlay

This is episode 121 of Lightroom Quick Tips where I give a quick Lightroom tip.

In this episode of Lightroom Quick Tips, I explain how you can customize the Crop Overlays so they might better suit your needs.


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Questions & Answers: Episode 8

by Anthony Morganti

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Questions & Answers: Episode 8

This is episode eight of a video series where I answer some of the questions I received during the week.

In this episode, I answer three different Photoshop related questions.

1.) In Episode 2 of your getting started in Photoshop series, is there a way to tone the reflections on the floor of the church windows?
2.) When I bring two images into Photoshop to swap out a sky, they’re of different sizes. Why?
3.) Some of the filters in my Photoshop are grayed out. Why?


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4 – You Want to Turn Pro – Don’t

by Anthony Morganti

Here is another in a regular series of short blog posts or as I prefer to call them, essays, on all of the things I’ve learned that weren’t taught to me in a classroom or a textbook. Hence the name:

Photography After the Textbook

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4 – You Want to Turn Pro – Don’t

You take great pictures! You’ve been posting them on Facebook and Instagram, all your friends and relatives are telling you that you’re a great photographer and on top of that, one or two of your Facebook friends have said, “You should do this for a living!”

Don’t

At least not yet. I can guarantee that you’re not ready. You simply don’t have enough clicks under your belt.

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My Wacom Tablet Settings

by Anthony Morganti

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My Wacom Tablet Settings

Often in my videos, I’ll mention that I’m using a Wacom Tablet and when I do, I’ll get emails asking me what model I use and how I have my tablet set up. In this video, I answer both of those questions.


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Here is the Small Wacom Intuos Pro tablet that I use:


 

Here is the Medium Wacom Intuos Pro tablet that most photographers prefer:


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Getting Started in Photoshop – Episode 9: Portrait Retouch

by Anthony Morganti

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Getting Started in Photoshop – Episode 9: Portrait Retouch

This is the 9th Episode of the video series where I’m teaching the basics of Photoshop for Photographers.

In this episode of “Getting Started in Photoshop” I demonstrate how to process a portrait, start to finish. The methods I show in this video should help most portrait, lifestyle and wedding photographers quickly and easily (for Photoshop) process a portrait.


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