Julieanne Kost. Senior Digital Imaging Evangelist, Adobe Systems, Inc. Adobe Lightroom tutorials. Tethered Capture with Lightroom 5 In this episode of The Complete Picture Julieanne walks through setting up the Tethered Capture setting in Lightroom and demonstrates how to automatically apply develop settings and presets as well as sort by descending order to view the most recently taken photograph. How to Change Capture Time in Lightroom 5 In this episode of The Complete Picture Julieanne demonstrates two ways to change the capture time of your images. How to Optimize Lightroom 5 In this episode of The Complete Picture Julieanne shares several suggestions for hardware, software, and preferences to help optimize the performance of Lightroom. Lightroom 5 Backup Strategies In this episode of The Complete Picture Julieanne discusses backup strategies for the Lightroom catalog, incremental backup catalogs, photographs, presets, preferences, and additional supporting files. How to Use Lightroom 5 On Location What’s New in Lightroom 5 Lightroom 5 — Radial Filter Lightroom 5 — Smart Previews
Craft & Vision | Great photography happens where craft and vision converge Imagenomic - Best Plugins for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Apple Aperture Photographer's toolbox - your source for Lightroom Plugins and Web Engines Inside Lightroom 5 (Pt. 1): modules & importing Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom 5 photo editing software now comes bundled on a DVD with two of Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras: the EOS 6D and the EOS 5D Mark III. In a five-part series of articles and video tutorials Richard Curtis (a Principal Solutions Consultant in Digital Imaging for Adobe UK) will explain the key features of Lightroom 5 to give you a good grounding and understanding of how to get the most out of working with the software. In Part 1 of this series Richard Curtis examines the main modules of Lightroom and, in a special video, he explains how to create catalogs and import your pictures. Please click on the play button in the window above to watch the video... What is Lightroom? You can see in the picture above that the photographer's typical workflow is using the module tabs - Library, Develop, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print and Web - at the top right hand side of Lightroom. How will Lightroom help photographers? What are RAW files and images and where does Lightroom put them? 1. 2.
The Triangle of Color Adjustments in Lightroom In digital photography, just like exposure, colors too have a triangle of their own. Color adjustment triangle The triangle of color adjustments in Lightroom. The three attributes that form the triangle are shown above, now let’s see how they affect the colors of an image. Exposure This attribute controls the brightness level of all the pixels that constitute an image. Let’s look at some examples of exposure adjustments and how it affects the color: No adjustments applied on graduated filter -1.0 stop exposure adjustment applied -1.5 stop exposure adjustment applied -2.0 stop exposure adjustment applied Saturation This attribute controls the intensity of all colors in all of the pixels that constitute an image. Saturation set to -50 Saturation set to -100 Saturation set to +50 Saturation set to +100 There is another tool called Vibrance, just above the saturation slider. White balance This is one of the most discussed topics in the internet. White Balance adjustment made to -50 Putting it all together
Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheets If you’ve recently signed up for Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC then you’ll probably find these cheat sheets with keyboard short cuts really useful. They’ve been laid out both in a keyboard format but also underneath as a chart with both windows and mac keyboard shortcuts. Here’s the Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcuts Created by setupablogtoday.com – download it as a PDF here. Here’s the Lightroom CC Keyboard Shortcuts Created by setupablogtoday.com – download it as a PDF here found via Reddit
35 Incredible Photoshop Creations That Blur the Line Between Photo and Digital Art Photoshop gets a bad rap these days. The term has become synonymous with something insidious: as if a program could overuse itself… or by itself try to ‘trick’ people into thinking a certain body type is normal. But when we at 500px think of Photoshop, we don’t think of magazine cover models whose skin has been smoothed out of existence and curves have been liquified into some arbitrary ideal. We think of photographers like Caras Ionut, Renee Robyn, Erik Johansson, and Adrian Sommeling—photographers who know how to use Photoshop to create magical scenes that are obviously fictional, and all the more incredible for it. It’s been a while since we’ve showcased that sort of photo-manipulation-magic on ISO, and so we’ve compiled 35 of our favorite Photoshop creations below. We hope you enjoyed this collection!