Lightroom Classic helps amateur and professional photographers manage large (or small) collections of digital photos. That might sound like it is just a fancy file explorer but it is so much more. In Lightroom Classic you can quickly rate photos, attach keywords, catalogue them, add them to collections and so on.

However, Lightroom Classic isn’t just an organisation tool. Using Lightroom Classics’s Develop Module you can non-destructively manipulate images without ever having to leave the application. This includes basic adjustments such as exposure, contrast, saturation and also more advanced options such as tone curves and split toning.

As you might be able to tell from those two short paragraphs, Lightroom Classic is quite a complex application. Using my Lightroom Classic guides you might be able to understand the application just that bit better and improve your workflow while you’re at it.

What is the Lightroom Classic catalog? – An explainer

Today we’ll be taking a deep dive into the technical aspects of the Lightroom Classic catalog.

How to use Lightroom Classic on multiple computers

There are many ways you might think using the same Lightroom Classic catalog on multiple devices could work. In reality the methods that first come to mind end up being more of a hassle than it’s worth.

Lightroom Classic Smart Collections using label colour – How I use it

Today we’ll be taking a look at one example on how to use Lightroom Classic Smart Collections.

Backup your Lightroom Classic catalog now – Or risk losing it

I’ll go as far as saying that if you use anything but the built-in backup tool you’re putting your catalog at risk.

Five Lightroom Classic mistakes to avoid

Throughout the years I’ve made my fair share of mistakes in using Lightroom Classic. Today I want to make sure you don’t repeat them!

Lightroom Previews – Everything you ever wanted to know

Because photo organisation is a big part of Adobe Lightroom Classic it has few clever optimisation tricks up its sleeve. These come mainly in the form of Previews.

Get more room to see your edits in Lightroom Classic using keyboard shortcuts

Shift + F By holding down the Shift key and pressing the F key you can cycle through three different screen modes. This is great if you’re focussing just on your editing and don’t need access to any other applications. The first option will enter a kind of semi-full-screen mode by hiding the title bar … Read more

What’s new in Lightroom Classic 9.3 – Local Hue Adjustments!

Lightroom Classic has just been updated to version 9.3. This update brings Local Hue Adjustments!

How to Batch Rename in Lightroom After Importing

I’ve finally figured out how to batch rename photos in Lightroom after the import. And that is what I’ll be sharing with you in today’s Lightroom quick tip.

Choosing the right hardware for Lightroom & Photoshop

In this article I’ll be discussing which hardware you should pick to have the best experience while working with Lightroom and Photoshop.