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The Lightroom Queen – Tips, Tutorials & Troubleshooting for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

The Lightroom Queen – Tips, Tutorials & Troubleshooting for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
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Free Lightroom Workflow Develop Presets | The F/Stop Spot Note: These free Lightroom Workflow Develop Presets for portrait photographers have been designed to work beautifully in all version of Lightroom! Be sure to check out our other free presets. Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful tool for processing large numbers of digital photographs. As a portrait and wedding photographer, I have developed a set of Lightroom Workflow Presets to quickly process large groups of raw images. Not Creative Presets! Download the PresetsDownload the Lightroom Workflow Presets (use these for LR 4 or newer)Download the Lightroom 3 Workflow Presets (use these for LR 3 or older)Learn How To Pose Your Clients With Pocket Poser™ (app for smartphones and tablets) How to Install the Workflow Prests Nearly 30 Workflow Presets are included in this collection and are designed to be used with raw images that are technically correct – that is, portrait photographs that have been exposed properly (at least for the most part).

Lightroom Fanatic | Adobe Lightroom Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials List of Free Lightroom Presets for Portrait and Landscape Photography | The F/Stop Spot Check out this huge list of free Lightroom presets for portrait and landscape photography! Lightroom is an amazing photo management and editing tool. It’s easy to forget how much work it was to process digital photographs before Lightroom. One of the things that makes Lightroom so special is the ability to create develop recipes or presets that you can use over and over again. The list has been separated by Lightroom 3 and older and Lightroom 4, 5, 6, CC and newer. Note: Many of the above presets are also compatible with older versions of Lightroom. Of course, be sure to check out our free presets for Lightroom including our extremely popular workflow presets. How to Install Lightroom Presets Download and extract your presets onto your desktop (or someplace convenient). Copy the presets within Develop Presets folder. Interested in Sharing Your Own Lightroom Presets? About the Author: Steve Paxton lives with his wife and two children in the Seattle area.

mark mawson photography Lightroom Presets Archives Some Cool New Lightroom Presets At a Pretty Decent Price Came across these Lightroom Presets from The Creativv – 5 presets (called the Daylight Porter Pack) for $4.99. That’s a pretty decent price – here’s what they look like: (the right diagonal 1/2 shows the effect) Anyway, pretty decent price ($4.99), here’s the link. Hope you have a better than average Tuesday! -Scott P.S. Read More Black and White preference Here is a quick tip to help you with your Black and White conversions… make sure that “Apply auto mix when first converting to black and white” is turned on in the Preferences panel under the Presets tab. Aged Photo Preset Here is a quick way to age your photos in Lightroom. Applying a preset to your Importing workflow Mike Rodriguez polled his students to see what they would like to see in Scott and RC’s upcoming podcasts and I decided to steal one of his ideas… sort of. Lightroom 5 Presets: Fall/Autumn Color Boost It’s that time of year again.

Sue Flood Lightroom preset 365 of 365 I can hardly believe it but today I’m publishing my last preset in my 365 project. 365 days ago I published the first one. At that point I didn’t realize how hard it would be to do this everyday for a whole year! To just publish a photo each day might even be hard but I’ve struggled with selecting photos, creating a preset, exporting the photos in different formats, making a blog post for each etc. I’m still glad I did it, since it has put pressure on myself and motivated me to keep doing it each day. So here is the final before and after photo for this time :-) Original / Before: After: Free Download (56778 Downloads) Purchase PRO presets

Harold Ross Fine Art Photography | Sculpting with light Lightroom Quick Tip: Use Auto Sync When you are working on a shoot where your lighting and camera settings are fixed, there are changes that you would like to quickly pass to the other images in the shoots. Getting this done quickly can be a great time saver in your workflow. Let me speed this up just a little bit further by adding another tool to your arsenal – Auto Sync. When you make some develop setting changes to your images, you have the option to select the images that are next to the one that you changed. Pressing the Sync button at the bottom of the basic panel lets you take the settings that you set for the originally selected image and pass them over to the other images in the list. This feature is great in that it lets you take everything from cropping to process version over to each of the images. The only caveat? If you make more changes to the images, you’re going to need to reselect the images and perform another sync of them. Author: RC Concepcion

How To Move Your Lightroom Photos To Another Hard Drive - On this video, photographer Terry White demonstrates two methods for moving your photos to another hard drive/NAS using Adobe Lightroom 5. The first method (White think of it as less than ideal) is moving the images outside Lightroom (using your computer’s OS) and then get back into Lightroom and reconnect the images to their new location. While you can do this – it might take more time and require extra steps. The much simpler way of doing this will be to let Lightroom itself move the files and White demonstrates how you can do this using a new drive which Lightroom did not know by creating a new folder there and dragging and dropping the relevant image folder into this drive. No need to re-connect anything. White also recommends that whenever you are working with laptops and/or external hard drives consider doing smart previews to your images so that you can continue your work even when the original images are not available to you at any given time.

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