It is important to learn the External Editing preferences as it will not only help you to setup your external image editors, but also enable you to customize the file formatting, color space, bit depth, and resolution of your externally edited images.
By adjusting options in the Preset Tab of the Preferences dialogue, we are able to customize the way Adobe Photoshop Lightroom applies default develop settings to images. We can even specify certain develop settings to apply to cameras with specific serial numbers, images with a certain camera ISO setting, or even both.
We pride ourselves on only recommending great resources and tools for our community. So, when we heard that Henry Chen was offering a workshop, we thought we deserved it to you guys to announce it. Especially since he is only doing one this year.
It is a good idea when first learning Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 to familiarize yourself with the Lightroom 3 Preferences to customize Lightroom’s functions and run Lightroom much more efficiently on your computer.
Congrats, beacause this is the last video in the introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In this final video in this section, I wanted to briefly walk through our workflow from shooting the images, to completing them in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Lightroom is not without its weaknesses and limitations. There are going to be a lot of situations when it makes more sense to do your editing in Adobe Photoshop. The goal of this video is to help you understand when you need to move to Photoshop to complete your imagery.
Starburst effects can add an interesting element to a photograph. In a dark scene, it can add a dreamy, peaceful twinkle to the lights. In a daytime scene, a starburst sun can add drama and interest to the skies.
In this video, I am going to briefly show you some great post processing effects done strictly in Lightroom 3. I will also briefly show Lightroom’s strengths and abilities in the area of post processing touch ups.
Non-destructive editing combined with the power of batch processing allows us to apply specific settings over groups of photos, but then still have the ability to fine tune each image individually. In this video, I will briefly be discussing batch processing and demonstrating the batch processing power of Lightroom 3.