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In Lightroom 5 a photo can have three copyright states: I assume that, when you say my copyright information wasn't being applied automatically, the copyright status was not being set to Copyrighted. You can create a Smart Collection that searches for all photos with a copyright state that is not copyrighted:


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The light is very specific on those photos, like the one Matt is pointing, you can try a combination of a rim light + butterfly light. But they also have some manipulation on post. Some styles you can explore The two styles you can explore that comes to my mind are: Dragan style Tone Mapping (hdri) Both are based on adjusting contrast, but the Tone ...


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You can easily recreate this effect using Topaz Clarity. Check out the bearded guy on this link. In general, you do local and microcontrast enhancement.


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The only way I can get that effect is by having the Module Picker strip (the strip at the top that lets you pick Library - Develop - Map, etc.) set to disappear automatically, as the Lightroom Mobile selector is within that. It should work properly if your cursor stays within that area, but if it moves out, the entire module picker strip will disappear to ...


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You only need one rule: File Name / Type → Copy Name = isn't empty.


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There are many very good answers about HOW to use Lightroom to do what your question asks. I thought I would provide an answer as to WHY you would want to use Lightroom to do this: Lightroom can automate creation of folders, and provide more power and flexibility in managing those images than can be achieved with folder names alone. Lightroom is defined by ...


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Lightroom Mobile doesn't sync all photos, it only sync's with photos in Collections you have configured to sync. If you change an image in a given collection, it should sync, regardless of where you make that change, or even what Lightroom database you are using. You need to distinguish between your 'photos' and the Lightroom Catalog. Since Collections are ...


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I don't know of any "easy" way to fix an image like this. I don't know of any way that could be done purely in Lightroom either, although you could do some tweaking with the shadows and highlights sliders before bringing it into Photoshop for the full correction. It is possible to fix it, however, using a combination of dodge/burn for selective shadow and ...


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Unfortunately, there is no way to recover the Lightroom edits if you accidentally delete. if you backed up the Lightroom catalog prior to deletion, then it's possible, but without a catalog backup there is nothing you can do. Here's hoping adobe fixes this in LR6!


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It's easy.. Just go to your Export settings >File Settings >Format --> Original. Here: Your photo's original state will be exported.. Just choose "Original" and export all your photos ;)


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One possible way to do this is: make virtual copy of images reset settings on this virtual copy export jpeg from virtual copy destroy it (if you will not need it anymore)


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Wacom tablets seem to be standard. I got a CTH-480 for under $100 and it has proven capable of handling all tasks I've attempted in Lightroom and Photoshop, including following tutorials led by guys with the highest-end digitizer tablets.


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No I don't imagine there is any way that ought to work. Either Lightroom or Flickr logically has to be the "master". In LR if you tag an image with A, B and C, then publish to Flickr, where you then remove tag B and add D, then you now have A,B,C in LR and A,C,D in Flickr. When you publish, LR isn't going to "see" existing tags in Flickr - it's merely ...


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The icon is telling you this image is a "virtual copy" of a master file. Virtual copies allow you to take a rendition into another direction, and can be based on any point in an image history, from import on.


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You are asking more then one thing here. Why doesn't the Print module have an option to save as TIFF Why does the print module exist What advantages does TIFF have over JPEG Answers below: It is anybody's guess who isn't on the development team, but it has been requested as a feature to add in the future(here and here). Its main advantages are to ...



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