Module dvt/ raw processing
How to Add an Opacity Slider to Lightroom Develop Presets with The Fader Plug-In A Post By: Andrew Gibson For me, one of the biggest advantages of Lightroom over Photoshop is the ability to use Develop Presets on your images. Here are some of the benefits: You can create several virtual copies of an image and use different Develop Presets to see how they come out. Doing so uses virtually no extra hard drive space as the changes are stored in the Lightroom Catalog in the form of text commands.Develop Presets fit in neatly with your Lightroom workflow – there’s no need to export your images to Photoshop or other software.It’s easy to see how Develop Presets work.
instantanés/ copies virtuelles
edition dans PS
courbe de tonalité / tone curve
reduction bruit / noise reduction
Vibrance VS Saturation in Photoshop To many Photoshop users, increasing both the Vibrance and the Saturation appears to boost the vividness of color, but what exactly is the difference between the two, and when should each be used?
Comprendre le format Raw - Première partie Jui 24 2012
Corrections d’objectifs avec Lightroom 3 Un nouveau tuto pour Lightroom 3 qui pourrait vous faire économiser beaucoup. Aujourd’hui, on s’attarde à un réglage qui n’est pas souvent utilisé : la correction des déformations d’objectif.
La correction des objectifs Tuto 53 fig Intro
Fishing village in Lofoten, an archepelago in Northern Norway located in the Arctic Circle. Understanding Sharping in Adobe Lightroom 3
Post-Processing Tips for Beginners Home / Post-Processing Tips for Beginners
Day 4 of “I’m Giving Up Photoshop” Month Happy Friday! Welcome to Day 4 in my self-project-ish, month-long postings of images I’m only using Lightroom to edit. LR4 réglages de bases
Mastering Lightroom: How To Use the Basic Panel Lightroom has many features that can easily confuse those who are new to it. While the program offers plenty of different editing opportunities, in order to achieve the best results and user experience, it is important to understand the very basics of Lightroom. In the series of upcoming short articles, I will try to explain each of the most important Panels in Lightroom, so that in the end, you will find it to be a simple, quick and easy to use software for your post-processing needs.
Lightroom 4.0 Resources « Lightroom Journal blogs.adobe.com