(The Lightroom video tutorial in this post is just under the introductory text below. The working files for this Lightroom video tutorial can be found just above the video.)
So funny, story… In reviewing the Lightroom Video Tutorial Guide, I realized I forgot to post the Film Strip video tutorial. Apparently nobody noticed… end of story, maybe it’s not so funny.
Moving on, in this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to be reviewing the Lightroom Film Strip in complete detail. We will be covering Lightroom’s dual monitor settings, view modes, the Film Strip’s basic filtering system, and much more. It should serve to be quite a useful video, and I am sure we will cover some information that many of you may not yet know.
Because the Lightroom Film Strip operates the exact same way in the Library Module as it does in the Develop Module, we will only be covering it once here.
Note: These images have been provided to the SLR Lounge users curteousy of Lin and Jirsa Photography for educational purposes only. They may not be used in any other manner outside of these SLR Lounge learning videos without the express written consent of Lin and Jirsa Photography. Thank you.
Full RAW Exercise Files (265MB) – For faster connections. The full RAW files will allow you to follow the tutorials while achieving the exact same results as shown.
JPEG Exercise Files (24MB) – For slower connections. The JPEG files will allow you to follow the tutorials, although the results may vary due to not having the image details of the full RAW file.
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