If you’re ever wanted / needed to check which focus point was used on your image(s) while going through images in Lightroom, check out this free plugin:
This came in handy for me when I changed lenses on my IR modified body and couldn’t quite get focus. Now I get more keepers after knowing roughly where I need to focus in a landscape scene to get the focus where I want it.
New lightroom CC update available and the mobile version gets an update too. New tool “reference photo” introduced, will it be useful to you? Will issues with the curve points affect you?
Lightroom CC Gets An Update Today, Too!
Breaking News: Major New Lightroom Mobile Update: New UI, Powerful New Camera App, Other New Stuff!
Lightroom Gets New ‘Reference View’ for Comparing Photos as You Edit
If you haven’t checked this out yet, it’s new to Photoshop CC. It’s really cool. Check out the video.
“13 individual cheat sheets for the following Creative Cloud desktop tools: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Lightroom, Muse, Dreamweaver, Flash Pro, Fireworks, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, and Bridge – and the different keyboard shortcuts are clearly distinguished for both Windows and Mac users”