Rendering Previews: 3 Tips for a Quicker Workflow in Lightroom 4
In this article, we will discuss why it is generally best to render 1:1 previews before beginning the developing process and a few tips for managing time for rendering for your workflow.
4 Tips on Uncluttering Your Lightroom 4 Library Workspace
Lightroom 4 allows you to customize what is shown in the Grid View and Loupe View. By using the Library View Options, you can declutter your workspace by simply selecting the right amount of image information that you want to see, while hiding the rest. Here are four tips that can help you have a cleaner Library workspace and a more efficient workflow.
5 Tips for Managing Files and Folders with the Folders Panel in Lightroom 4
In this tutorial, we’re going to cover the Library Module’s Folders Panel. This Panel is the center of the file and folder management system within Lightroom 4. By understanding how each function works, you can become more productive in organizing the file structure of the Lightroom Catalog.
10 Tips to Improve the Speed and Performance of Lightroom 3
In Part I of the Lightroom Performance Guide tutorials, we will teach you 10 tips to improve the speed and performance of Lightroom without having to purchase any additional hardware. Part II of this tutorial series will in fact be a hardware guide taking you one step further in helping you understand which upgrades can most greatly improve Lightroom’s performance.
Useful Develop Module Tips, Hotkeys and Features in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial we will be teaching you some useful Develop module hotkeys and features that will aid you in quickly adjusting, resetting and viewing the develop settings.
How to Quickly Cull a Large Batch of Images in Lightroom
In this article, we’re going to show you how to quickly cull a large batch of images in Lightroom in five steps.
How to Organize Your Photos in Lightroom in 10 Steps | Quick Reference
Hopefully, you’re reading this before jumping into Lightroom for the first time and burying yourself in a mass of muddled…