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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.
Setting the Lightroom 3 Preferences: The File Handling Tab
The File Handling Tab in the Lightroom 3 Preferences Dialogue deals with how Adobe Lightroom handles DNG creation, metadata, file names and most importantly the size and location of your Lightroom Camera Raw Cache.
Setting the Lightroom 3 Preferences: The External Editing Tab
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.
Setting the Lightroom 3 Preferences: The Presets Tab
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.
Setting the Lightroom 3 Preferences: The General Tab
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.