The Import Settings for Importing Files and Images in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we will discuss the remaining import options. Choose our final import settings, then import our images into our working catalog.
How to Import Files and Images in Lightroom 3
This video will start you on the importing process. In this video, we are first going to go over what types of files Lightroom supports. Then we will select our images from our exercise files and review a bit of the basic import dialog box functions, before covering all of the import settings in the next video.
How to Create a Graphic Watermark in Lightroom 3
In this video we are going to move on and show you not only how to create a graphical watermark, but also how to make a proportional graphic watermark that will stay the same size, and in the same location regarding of whether the image is a landscape, or portrait orientation image.
How to Prepare an Image for Enlargement Prints in Photoshop
In this video, we will cover how to enlarge and sharpen an image in Adobe Photoshop in order to prepare it for an enlargement print. We are using CS5, however, most prior versions of Photoshop and even Photoshop Elements should work pretty much the same way as well.
How to Clean the Front Element of a DSLR Lens
While it may seem simple, there is actually an appropriate way to clean a camera lens. There are certain tools to use, and to avoid to ensure that you are cleaning the lens without scratching any of the glass elements. We found this nifty little video which will show you guys how to clean the front element on your DSLR Lens.
How to Customize the Panel End Marks in Lightroom 3
This next Lightroom video tutorial is relatively brief. We are simply going to go over how to customize the Lightroom Panel End Marks in the Lightroom 3 interface.
How to Customize the Identity Plate in Lightroom 3
In this next Lightroom Video Tutorial, we are going to go over how to customize the Lightroom 3 Identity Plate with both a text based logo, as well as a graphical logo.
How to Customize the Interface and Viewable Metadata in Lightroom 3
In this video we are going to start customizing the Lightroom interface to suite our specific user preferences. We are going to cover simple areas like adjusting the various panel sizing, as well as how to display and how to customize the viewable metadata information that is displayed in the Loupe and Grid views.
The Basic Interface Shortcuts and Hotkeys in Lightroom 3
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.
The Develop Module View Modes in Lightroom 3
The Develop Module view modes don’t exactly work the same way as in the Library Module. The Develop Module view for the most part doesn’t really change. However, like the Library Module, the Develop Module has “view mode” shortcuts which essentially work the same way as the Library Module view modes, where they are accessible via shortcut from wherever you are in Lightroom.
An Overview of the Lightroom 3 Module Functionality
Lightroom is broken into 5 different modules, each designed to perform specific tasks in the photographic workflow. This video will provide a brief introduction into each module and their workflow function.
Setting the Lightroom 3 Preferences: Catalog Settings
There are some key Lightroom 3 functions that you will be controlling from the Catalog Settings including, Lightroom’s catalog backup settings, preview cache settings, import sequences, and metadata handling, and more.
Interview with Radio Popper – WPPI 2011
Radio Popper is a maker of wireless radio transmitters used to control off-camera flashes. However, when we learned exactly how Radio Poppers worked and what they could do, we felt like we just had to get an interview with Kevin and Matt, the Founder and VP of Radio Popper.