This Photoshop Lightroom tutorial shows how to brighten an image using the Adjustment Brush. Watch more at www.lynda.com This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter four of the Photoshop Lightroom 3 New Features course presented by lynda.com author Chris Orwig. The complete Photoshop Lightroom 3 New Features course has a total duration of 3 hours and 32 minutes and details Lightroom 3′s new importing and asset-management features and its significant improvements in the Develop module, including enhanced sharpening and noise reduction. Photoshop Lightroom 3 New Features table of contents: Introduction 1. Importing to the Library 2. Library Workflow 3. Exporting from the Library 4. Adjusting Image Quality in the Develop Module 5. The Slideshow Module 6. Creating Custom Print Packages 7. Tethered Shooting 8. Working with Catalogs and Legacy Files 9. Additional Lightroom Enhancements Conclusion
In this 30+ minute Adobe lightroom 3 video tutorial we will go over basic developing practices on several recent photos I took using the Canon T3i , Sony a55 , and Canon 5D Mark II . I chose a nice variety of photos ranging from flowers, dogs, and waterfalls. We will cover basic developing, lens correction, discuss the tone curve a bit, vignette, adjustment brush, clone/ healing tool, cropping, and more… Video Rating: 5 / 5
JOIN ME FOR A PHOTO WALK ON SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 2012 @3PM. I will be there to provide you live tips and answers to your photography questions. We will meet at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. Please follow this link to sign up meetu.ps — Hope to see you all there! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR MY MONTHLY NEWS LETTER: eepurl.com Pick up an “OH SNAP” T-Shirt! kreativevuetv.spreadshirt.com After a few request I have begun putting together more tutorials on how to apply post production techniques to your images using Lightroom and Adobe RAW. In this tutorial I show you how to achieve a professional looking portrait in 6 easy to follow steps. Although there are several different ways to achieve this look, I walk you through my workflow using the minimal tools for maximum outcomes. To top it all off, I’m using a JPEG file to edit. I just want to show that it is possible to edit with JPEG if your conditions are right. Thanks for watching, please leave your comments and questions below!
www.slrlounge.com While getting images into Lightroom is the first step in our workflow, getting them out is the only way to see the work that was done on our images from within Lightroom. So, this chapter is going to be dedicated to the exporting functions in Lightroom. In this video in particular, we are going to learn about all of the details of the various export options available in the export dialog box. Enjoy!
SmokingStrobes.com – In the latest Beta release of Lightroom 3 Adobe added a killer feature capturing images tethered from your camera. See me using my Canon 5D and 5DMKII connected via USB to Adobe Lightroom in this video. You can even set development presets in the tethered capture bar of Lightroom. Adobe Lightroom remains the most essential tool in my photography workflow Video Rating: 4 / 5
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www.slrlounge.com To navigate quickly through Lightroom, it is important to memorize the various interface shortcuts, especially the more basic ones. In this video, we are going to cover the basic interface shortcuts which will get you where you need to go in Lightroom in a jiffy. While you may not be able to memorize these shortcuts in a single pass, come back and review this video from time to time. Review along with practice, will help you to internalize all of these shortcuts.
www.slrlounge.com Stacking in Lightroom is another way of grouping photos into neat little groups, similar to how you might stack images into groups on your desk. Stacking can be a very useful feature, depending on your workflow preferences. In this video, we are going to cover how to stack your images, quickly navigate through stacks by expanding/collapsing them, as well as modifying and managing your stacks. Enjoy!
This tutorial starts with the basics and explains a little bit of the why and how of color correction a little more in-depth than my other videos. Like us on Facebook: on.fb.me See more tips, tricks and product reviews online at www.ModifiedPhotoGraphics.com Video Rating: 5 / 5