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Last week, I shared five ways to shoot “clean,” making sure that your stock photos are generic and logo-free. If you missed that issue, you can find it here. Sometimes, however, a logo still sneaks into your photo. Here’s a quick video with a simple way to remove logos, brand names, and trademarks in Adobe Lightroom.   — Bonnie Bonnie Caton Creator, Breakfast Stock Club P.S. We like to keep things simple and easy to understand around here. If you want to watch a professional stock photographer make super-simple Lightroom edits to YOUR photos each month, showing you easy ways to prepare them for stock agencies, try out Breakfast Stock Club Premium membership, here. It’s just one of the many tips, tools, and lessons you’ll get with membership.

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