With popular software in a perpetual state of change, it's always useful to keep an eye out for videos which offer tips and advice for things you may have missed.I'll admit it, I use Lightroom to about 10% of its capacity. I primarily use it for structure and order of my library of photos and shoots so I can quickly locate images when I need them. As soon as it gets to the retouching phase, I do basic corrections in Lightroom, and then it's over to Photoshop for the heavy lifting.
The more I read and watch on Lightroom, the more I want to get out of that habit. I have been using Photoshop for so many years now that it feels like an extension of my camera and I'm completely comfortable with what I can coax out of it, and my limitations. However, I think a two-pronged attack might be better for overall quality and Matt and Seb's YouTube channel is one of the primary reasons for my shift in philosophy.
This video is a very familiar format and title, but don't let that fool you in to thinking there's nothing to be learned here. That said, perhaps you have a better tip. If so, let's hear it. Leave your best Lightroom tips in the comments below.