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$24.99 – XeL 2.0 – Black and White Toolkit

20. October 2011

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$24.99 – XeL 2.0 – Black and White Toolkit

** ALL X-EQUALS PRESETS ARE 100% LIGHTROOM 4 and 5 COMPATIBLE ** We’re so amped to bring you another innovative addition to the XeL Family! Sample image from XeL: Black and White Cold Storage Films XeL:Black and White is the culmination of a year’s worth or research, analysis, development and testing – representing a major […]

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Creating Panorama’s with Lightroom

13. October 2011

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Creating Panorama’s with Lightroom

A little while ago I did a panoramic stitch of Rotterdam covered in beautiful hazy autumn light. Since I received a lot of positive responses and even a few question on how I did it, I’ll be explaining the process of making a panoramic photo using this photo as an example: {click on the image […]

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X-Equals HD Screencast – The PageDowner Technique

5. October 2011

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X-Equals HD Screencast – The PageDowner Technique

Welcome to our first X-Equals Screencast … coming at you in HD! Today we’re going to look a a lesser know feature that has been around since version 1.0 of Lightroom, and although I personally do not use it that often, it’s a great image inspection technique! Have you got a rocking timesaving tip? Share […]

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The Photographers Toolbox – Lightroom Keyboard Tips

13. September 2011

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The Photographers Toolbox – Lightroom Keyboard Tips

Lightroom is all about good, organized workflow practices that are easy and efficient to use. Whether you’re a working photographer faced with the task of selecting and editing from thousands of photos before a deadline or an enthusiastic amateur wanting to maximize shooting time, Lightroom offers a few useful ways to speed things up. Of […]

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Lightroom Slideshows – learning what matters

7. July 2011

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Lightroom Slideshows – learning what matters

One of Lightroom’s lesser used features is the Slideshow module. If you’re like the vast majority of Lightroom users, you probably spend most of your time in the Library and Develop modules, perhaps occasionally going into the Print module. The Slideshow module is often overlooked which is a pity because it has a number of […]

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 3 of 3

15. June 2011

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 3 of 3

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we have covered most of the options presented to us in the Lightroom Preferences Dialog. Today, we will look at the Interface tab of Lightroom Preferences and take a look at Catalog Settings as well. So let us jump right in. Open up the Lightroom Preferences […]

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Borders, and Frames, and Text! Oh my! – Pimping the Lightroom Print Module

7. June 2011

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Borders, and Frames, and Text! Oh my! – Pimping the Lightroom Print Module

Regular Lightroom users and readers of X-Equals are probably aware that with the introduction of custom picture packages in Lightroom 3, photographers gained additional tools for outputting their photographs whether destined for the printer or as a JPEG file. A lesser known feature of the Print module is the ability to add a simple frame […]

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 2 of 3

19. May 2011

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 2 of 3

In Part 1 of Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom, we covered the General and Presets tabs of the Lightroom Preferences dialog. Today we are going to look at the External Editing and File Handling tabs. Some of you have been asking how to get more performance out of Lightroom; today we will see how […]

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 1 of 3

10. May 2011

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Setting Your Settings – Tuning Lightroom – Part 1 of 3

Do you ever have the feeling Lightroom just isn’t working fast enough for you, or that its behavior is not exactly what you desire it to be? It can be frustrating when Lightroom slows to a crawl as you are editing tons of photos and the good news is that you can improve some things. […]

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Emulating Film in Lightroom

28. April 2011

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Emulating Film in Lightroom

Making Emulation Presets When we at X-equals release Lightroom presets, be it for sale or free, we strive to provide the highest quality presets with the greatest level of functionality possible. To this extent, I have created a step by step process to emulate the look of any given camera and film combination, allowing for […]

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