Finally: copy presets to LR mobile from classic

I am a lightroom classic user (too many photos, too slow internet) and finally, there is a way to get all my daily used & need to have presets into LR mobile on my trusted iphone. The end to end workflow is complete .. thank you Adobe !!!

https://lightroomkillertips.com/sync-lightroom-classic-custom-presets-lightroom-mobile-3-easy-steps/

 

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Lightroom presets from classic to mobile

I am a lightroom classic user (too many photos, too slow internet)… and finally, there is a way to get all my daily used & need to have presets into LR mobile on my trusted iphone. The end to end workflow is complete .. thank you Adobe !!!

https://lightroomkillertips.com/sync-lightroom-classic-custom-presets-lightroom-mobile-3-easy-steps/

All the Changes Coming to Your Instagram

At Facebook’s F8 conference on Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg discussed how Instagram will be changing in the coming weeks. The upgrades include video chat, an Explore redesign, AR camera effects, and a bullying filter.

The new video chat feature will allow users to talk with one or more people. “You’re going to be able to just tap on a new camera icon in the top of any direct thread that you have and you’re going to be able to video chat one-on-one or with groups,” Zuckerberg explained. The chat screen can be minimized so users can use the feature while also scrolling through Instagram.

Instagram is also rolling out a new Explore design that features categories so users can choose different topic channels—like “animals,” “nail art,” and “slime”—rather than just seeing content that Instagram thinks you’ll like.

Instagram will start featuring the augmented reality effects platform that has been available on Facebook for about a year. Anyone will be able to build face filters and effects, and users can try out filters they see used by other accounts in their Stories feed.

But the brands will also be invading—third parties will be able to create custom filters. Zuckerberg announced that Instagram is debuting filter partnerships with Ariana Grande, BuzzFeed, Kylie Jenner, and the NBA, among others. Stories will also allow third-party integration with apps like GoPro and Spotify, so, for example, users will be able to share a song they’re listening to directly to their Stories feed from Spotify, instead of having to post a screenshot.

And to try to make Instagram a safer space, the company is launching a bullying filter. The new system will rely largely on machine learning to censors language perceived as harassment. Instagram says the new filter is on now for all users, but the setting can be turned off inside the app’s “Comment Controls” section.

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Adobe is now making ‘Lightroom Coffee Break’ videos for Lightroom CC



For a while now, the official Adobe Photoshop Lightroom YouTube channel has produced a series titled ‘Lightroom Coffee Break.’ The collection of videos provides quick (~60 seconds) tips on how to make the most of Lightroom, and after 56 episodes, the creators have finally started to include tips specifically for Adobe’s cloud-centric Lightroom CC.

Until now, all of the videos have been based on Lightroom Classic CC. Now, the minute-long videos will include tips and tricks specifically created for Lightroom CC users—a welcomed change considering it’s becoming the go-to choice for many photographers, and there aren’t a lot of resources out there as of right now.

The first video, presented by Lightroom team members Michelle Wei and Josh Haftel, details how easy it is to salvage an underexposed Raw photograph using only four sliders: exposure, highlights, shadows, and contrast. It might seem a bit basic, but you can count on future episodes to dive into more complicated adjustments.

Even though Adobe is just now getting around to making tutorials specifically for Lightroom CC, many of the previous videos made for Lightroom Classic CC still apply, so take some time and look at the archive. At one minute each, you could get through all 57 episodes in an hour—less time than it takes to watch an episode of Game of Thrones.

And if you want to keep up with future videos, be sure to subscribe to the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom YouTube channel.




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Nikon Confirms New Mirrorless System to Arrive by Spring 2019

Here it is, straight from the horse’s mouth: Nikon has a new mirrorless camera system brewing, and the company is aiming to have it land in photographers’ hands by the spring of 2019.

NikonEye caught the confirmation in an interview conducted by the Japanese TV network NHK with a Nikon manager.

“[D]evelopment is underway, and we expect to bring one to market by spring next year,” the manager states.

NikonEye predicts that an entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera will be the first camera in the system to be announced and that the camera will have a 30+ megapixel phase-detection sensor and a new lens mount that allows existing F-mount lenses to autofocus using an adapter.

A Sony executive predicted last month that both Canon and Nikon will be releasing full-frame mirrorless cameras within a year, and this month a Japanese news outlet reported that Nikon’s professional mirrorless camera is coming along “at a rapid pace” and confirmed that it would launch by March 2019.

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