Laura Shoe's Lightroom (and Occasionally Photoshop) Blog for Digital Photographers

Looking for Ideas from You!

In Uncategorized on October 6, 2009 at 2:21 pm

I enjoy writing for this blog, but sometimes I temporarily run out of ideas for posts.  I’d love to hear some ideas from you!  Post them as a comment to this post.

Thanks in advance!

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  1. Hi Laura:

    I have a question about Lightroom…. or maybe it has to do with my camera.

    If I sort all the photos in my library in Lightroom when in grid view, sorting according to either added date or taken date, there are always a few photos out of order. Any Ideas? The photos are part of a differenct sequence, and it’s not consistent to where they end up.

    Another topic that might be helpful to cover is file-nameing… to do it before/after/during?

    Thanks!

  2. Lightroom Hardware.

  3. Hey Laura! I would like to simulate the Singh-Ray Reverse
    Neutral Density Graduated filter in Lightroom but I think it’s not possible. Have you any idea?
    Thanks for you posts.

  4. Jaime, you can use the graduated filter tool to darken the sky. The only way to then darken the horizon more in LR would be to use the adjustment brush. The graduated filter tool only allows one to make an adjustment starting from the edge of an image, not from the inside or center.

    Morgan, the only time I have seen originals appear out of order is when they are stacked with a Photoshop file I created later. Have you found the answer elsewhere? Thanks for the file naming suggestion — I will do a post soon on this!

    Winston, what do you mean by Lightroom Hardware?

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