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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.
Understanding the Navigator Panel and the Catalog Panel in Lightroom 4
In this episode, we are going to show how to use the Library Module’s Navigator and Catalog Panel in Lightroom 4. The Navigator helps you preview images while browsing through the Filmstrip, as well as quickly set your zoom. The Catalog Panel allows you to quickly organize your images by using the temporary collections.
How to Create Beautiful High-Contrast and Filmic Black & White Images Using the LR4 Preset System
In today’s Lightroom Weekly Edit, we have a special photo starring our very own Justin, one of the co-founders of SLR Lounge. We are going to take this image and use the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System to create a high contrast black and white portrait, as well as a film-like black and white portrait.
How to Export Video Files in Lightroom 4
In this episode of the Lightroom 4 A to Z DVD Training, I will go over one of Lightroom 4’s new features, which is the ability to import video files into the Lightroom 4 Catalog. I will also cover the basic video editing capability of Lightroom 4 and how to create an export preset for exporting videos.
How to Create a Web-Sized Export Preset in Lightroom 4
How to Create a Print-Sized Export Preset in Lightroom 4
In this Lightroom 4 tutorial, which is Episode 26 from the Lighroom 4 A-Z Workshop on DVD, we are going to create a Export Preset for print sized images. Hence, we want to make sure our resolution, quality and sharpening settings are appropriately set for printing rather than for web or screen use.
Part 3 of the Benjamin Von Wong Dead Sea Shoot Image Edit – Bringing out the Ethereal Look
For Part III of our editing series with Benjamin Von Wong’s Dead Sea photoshoot image, we added the finishing touches to the image by going back to Lightroom and applying both a soft portrait adjustment and a heavily-blurred graduated filter to enhance the dreamy, ethereal look that we’re looking for. We even created a black and white variation.