Lightroom for Digital Photographers
Summary: In February 2007 Adobe released a brand new software program that lets digital photographers of all skill levels manage, process, develop, print, and share their work. Although Lightroom is not difficult to use it is very comprehensive. Therefore it's important to clearly understand the tools and workflow of the application in order to effectively use it. Lightroom for Digital Photographers is a podcast that will take you step-by-step through the entire Lightroom application. We'll show you undocumented tips and tricks of the program and guide you through the entire workflow so that you can quickly and easily import, develop, print, and share your images with the rest of the world.
Would you like to work on your images while your on the road but don't want to drag along your external hard drives? This new feature will let you correct your images even if they are not connected to your computer.
Big enhancements are headed our way once Adobe releases it's new version of Lightroom. In this tutorial I"ll be showing you the new Spot Removal tool.
In Lightroom you'll find the histogram in two places. In this tutorial we'll show you the importance of the histogram and how to edit images directly in it.
Apply local or global color corrections to your images. In this tutorial we'll be showing you several color correction tools that you can use to get the perfect image.
In this tutorial I"ll be showing you how to directly burn your images to a CD or DVD. There are some specific settings that you will want to know about before creating your disk.
In this weeks lesson I'll be showing you a technique on how to adjust your landscape images where you have a bright sky and dark foreground.
Want to find your images quickly? Set up custom film strip filters to get to specific images with lightening speed.
There are a couple of ways to delete images from your Lightroom catalogs. One method permanently removes an image from the hard drive the other method just removes it from the Lightroom catalog.
Did you know that you can use a watermark to a frame around your image? This is a pretty cool technique once you know the secret.
With today's DSLR we have the ability to capture more megapixels per image than ever before. Are you maximizing the use of all of these megapixels or are you letting them go to waste?
In this tutorial I'll show you how to get the relevant keyboard short cuts for each module found in Lightroom.
Did you know that you can paint colors directly onto an image? If you aren't getting the results you expect you might want to watch this tutorial.
A new feature was added to Lightroom 4, and that was the ability to paint temperature adjustments directly on an image. Watch how this simple adjustment can richly enhance your images.
A popular look that you might consider putting on select images is lomography or lomo. In this tutorial we'll show you how to achieve this look.
Sometimes it is helpful to view your images in an isolated mode, free from the distractions of the Lightroom interface. In this tutorial we'll show you how to use this viewing option.