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How to Import Images to a Catalog Quicker in Lightroom 4
In this quick tutorial, we show you a faster way to import images into a catalog. It’s a great way to skip a step in order to improve the speed of your workflow.
How to Enhance Your Image Composition with Creative Cropping and Vignetting
Whether in-camera or in-post, creative cropping and framing can help to enhance the composition of an image. This tutorial explores both and uses the Lightroom 4 Preset System to create a stronger image with a warm, summer mood.
How to Use the Painter Tool in the Library Toolbar in Lightroom 4
The Painter Tool from the Library View’s Toolbar is an often overlooked, but useful tool that allows you to quickly apply various attributes including keywords, color labels, flags, ratings, and more.
How to Retouch a Studio Headshot in Lightroom 4 – Weekly Edit
In this week’s Lightroom 4 Edit, we will color-correct and retouch a portrait using Lightroom 4, without any Photoshop required.
Why You May Need to have a More Efficient Post-Production Workflow
As your photography business grows, the amount of images that passes from your camera to your computer will grow as well. The SLR Lounge’s Lightroom 4 Workflow DVD can help you develop an efficient workflow so that you can spend less time in front of your computer.
Comparing the Different View Modes in Lightroom 4
In this tutorial, we are going to talk about the four View Modes within the Library Module that can help you view and compare your images more effectively and efficiently. Each View mode serves a different purpose and function in your photographic workflow. Learn more on how to use the Grid, Loupe, Compare, and Survey.
How to Use Collections and Smart Collections in Lightroom 4
In this Lightroom 4 tutorial, we will go over the Collection Panel in the Library Module and how to use it to organize your images for further editing. Click on the link to learn about the differences between Collection and Smart Collection, as well as how to use them to be more productive in Lightroom 4.