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Photoshop has a feature called Actions. Actions are simply sets of instructions, also known as scripts or macros, that can be applied to an image or set of images. This post isn’t intended to describe all the things you can do with actions, or even how to create them, but rather to teach you how to make an action that you already have in Photoshop available to Lightroom. Now, actions themselves (and their affiliated .atn files) aren’t directly accessible to Lightroom. Using Photoshop Actions as Droplets in Lightroom Using Photoshop Actions as Droplets in Lightroom
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Lightroom is all about good, organized workflow practices that are easy and efficient to use. Whether you’re a working photographer faced with the task of selecting and editing from thousands of photos before a deadline or an enthusiastic amateur wanting to maximize shooting time, Lightroom offers a few useful ways to speed things up. Of all the different methods available, arguably the most powerful is the use of keyboard shortcuts. The Photographers Toolbox – Lightroom Keyboard Tips | X-Equals - image, workflow, technology, business The Photographers Toolbox – Lightroom Keyboard Tips | X-Equals - image, workflow, technology, business
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We all know of the litany of plug-ins available to Lightroom. There are export plug-ins, Metadata plug-ins and external editor plug-ins. All of these tools extend the capabilities of Lightroom, allowing more control over your images and pertinent metadata. Lightroom’s Ultimate Plug-in – Photoshop | X-Equals - image, workflow, technology, business Lightroom’s Ultimate Plug-in – Photoshop | X-Equals - image, workflow, technology, business
Lightroom Tips | Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips Lightroom Tips | Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips Happy (kinda) 8th Birthday Lightroom! Hey everyone. We’re taking a quick break today from our regularly schedule “I’m Giving Up Photoshop” post for a quick birthday wish for the very program we’re on this site for. Yep, it’s Lightroom’s birthday (well, kinda). On January 9th, 2006 Adobe launched the first beta for Lightroom. When I first saw the date I had to look twice because there is absolutely no way that it was 8 years ago.
Adobe Lightroom Tutorials & News - Photoshop Lightroom Resource Center Adobe Lightroom Tutorials & News - Photoshop Lightroom Resource Center Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 - $79 Upgrade, $149 Full Adobe has announced the availability of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 software for Mac OS and Windows. Lightroom is the essential digital photography workflow solution helping amateur and professional photographers quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase their images.
Photoshop Lightroom 2 launch at PhotoshopCAFE. Lightroom 2 learning site. Photoshop Lightroom 2 launch at PhotoshopCAFE. Lightroom 2 learning site. Adobe has announced the shipping of Lightroom 2! It's $299 for first time buyers, or a $99 upgrade for current Lightroom users. Lightroom 2 was in public beta for several months. This allowed users to kick the tires a bit and offer suggestions to Adobe. Now that Lightroom 2 has matured and headed out into the big cruel world, lets see if it can survive in the wild.
Mastering the Histogram in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Mastering the Histogram in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom In several previous articles, we've discussed how to interpret the histogram on your camera. While shooting, you can use this handy tool to check your highlights and shadows to make sure there isn't an unacceptable amount of clipping. Unfortunately, if you spot a problem in-camera, the best you can do is adapt your settings and improve future shots. Today we're going to apply these same principles to post-processing in Lightroom 3.
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