We welcome your Lightroom questions for today's Live Lightroom Q&A Hangout…

We welcome your Lightroom questions for today's Live Lightroom Q&A Hangout for +Photofocus®!?

Lightroom Hangout: Q&A - Google+
This is it! The moment you've been waiting for: you get to ask anything you want about any Lightroom subject and Rob Sylvan and Levi Sim will combine their experience and brain power to help you power-up and let Lightroom become the most powerful tool in your kit.

Plus, we've got some terrific prizes to give away, including MacPhun's incredible new Tonality Pro for black and white.

Ask your questions live, but you can give us a little head star...


3 Responses to “We welcome your Lightroom questions for today's Live Lightroom Q&A Hangout…”

  1. Krys Rawlins says:

    I have Lightroom version 4.  I do all my edits in Lightroom, with the exception of using the Heal and Clone Tool.  As you probably know, the tool is round and if it is a larger area you want to work with, it is pretty hard to use.  So, for this action, I have to take the image to Photoshop.  Can I upgrade and if so, is there an easy way to do this and keep the material that I currently have and am working with?

    · August 30, 2014 @ 2:48 pm

  2. Rob Sylvan says:

    Hi +Krys Rawlins, Yes, you can upgrade to Lightroom 5. Lightroom 5 has an improved version of the Spot Removal Tool. It still isn't as good as Photoshop, but it might help you on more occasions than the one in Lightroom 4. What will happen after you install Lightroom 5 and open it for the first time, is that you will be prompted to upgrade a copy of your Lightroom 4 catalog to work in Lightroom 5, just follow the on screen prompts and it will walk you through that process.  Once the copy of your catalog is upgraded you will move forward in Lightroom 5, with all of your prior work, using that upgraded copy of the catalog.

    · August 30, 2014 @ 7:50 pm

  3. Krys Rawlins says:

    Thank you for the information:)

    · August 31, 2014 @ 12:51 am

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