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Lightroom Edit in Photoshop

By Christopher Lin on February 28th 2012

How do you Edit Your Images in Photoshop from Lightroom?

In this lesson we cover the processing of taking your photographs from Lightroom to Photoshop. There are limitations to Lightroom and sometimes you will want to perform advanced edits in Photoshop. We cover the following Lightroom topics in this video tutorial:

  • What are the best settings for editing from Lightroom in Photoshop?
  • Should I render using Lightroom or Camera Raw?
  • How do I edit images in Photoshop with all of my Lightroom Settings?
  • How do I see my Photoshop changes in Lightroom?

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The Lightroom Organization and Workflow DVD

The “How to Create a Lightroom Catalog” video is part of the Lightroom Organization and Workflow DVD, the first DVD of the Lightroom Workshop Collection. Designed to give photographers a ground up foundation in the Lightroom catalog system, image management and organization, Lightroom customization and much more, these tips will increase the speed of your processing by 5 to 10 times. Learn more about by Clicking Here.

Where is this Lightroom Tutorial?

This Lightroom Episode is not yet released to the general public but it is available on the DVD workshop mentioned above. We release one or two of these tutorials a week based on the demand for each topic.

How Do I get help get this Video Published? If you want to see this tutorial on creating Lightroom catalogs get written, the let us know in the comments below! We’ll push the topics in highest demand to the top of the queue. Also, feel free to ask all of your relevant questions in the comments below as well so we can be sure to address them as we write up the article!

Co-Founder of SLR Lounge and Photographer with Lin and Jirsa Photography, I’m based in Southern California but you can find me traveling the world. Click here to connect on Google +

2 Comments

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  1. Joseph Prusa

    Thanks for posting

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  2. David Pacheco

    I would love to see an article detailing what we should look for when editing the photos

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