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The Lightroom Queen

The Lightroom Queen

Inside Lightroom Lightroom Secrets Lightroom Fanatic | Adobe Lightroom Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials Presets « Julieanne Kost's Blog After my 2-day class on creativeLIVE, I had a number of great questions that I wanted to answer. Well, I’ve finally had some time to sit down and answer them so that’s what I’llbe concentrating on this week. Today we’ll look at the questions about the Develop Module: 1) Guest6550: I created a folder for presets but couldn’t make another folder within that… is it possible? JK: Unfortunately, no – you cannot “nest” a folder of presets within another folder of presets in Lightroom. 2) lizj: can Julieanne show us how to install a preset we download from her blog (or from somewhere else)? JK: The easiest way to download the presets on my blog would be to do a search (in the upper right corner) for .zip. 3) SSchwarz: Is there a way to auto-balance several flash images? JK: Select all of the desired images in the Grid view and choose Photo > Develop Settings > Match Total Exposures. 5) Spencer: Is there -any- possible way to create a preset that rotates an image a set amount or set cropping?

Photographer's toolbox - your source for Lightroom Plugins and Web Engines Julieanne Kost. Senior Digital Imaging Evangelist, Adobe Systems, Inc. Adobe Lightroom tutorials. DeHaze in Photoshop CC 2015 and Lightroom CC In this short tip, Julieanne demonstrates how the new Dehaze control in Lightroom CC and Phtooshop CC 2015 can help dramatically improve an image by removing haze or, add artistic atmosphere by adding haze. What's New in Lightroom CC: Hidden Gems Discover new features and enhancements Lightroom CC including faster performance, improved local adjustment tools, HTML 5 compatible web galleries, and more! Quick Tip: Panorama Merge Learn how easy it is to stitch together multiple files into a panorama that has all of the editing flexibility of a raw file.

mark mawson photography Nik Collection Nik Photography Cover Photo Selection – April 9, 2014Field of Vision © +Mark Seawell This week's cover photo belongs to +Mark Seawell. Mark is retired from the U.S Air Force. He lives and works in Germany at the Ramstein Air Force base. Mark is a fine art photographer, who specializes in landscape and architecture photography. “Field of Vision” was taken in the hills above Haschbach, Germany on a moody morning in February. Be sure to circle +Mark Seawell on Google+ to see more of his work. If you would like to be considered, please follow these guidelines:- Post an image on your G+ page- Dimensions 2120 x 1192 pixel image (horizontal)- Mention the Nik product/s that you used - Add #nikcoverphoto in your description- Image should not be watermarked If you are selected, we will contact you for the image so that we can post it as a Cover Photo on our Nik Photography G+ page and give you proper credit. Thank you from the Nik Google+ Photos Team

Warming preset | This is a set of 2 presets with a wonderful warming effect. The resulting warm look is further enhanced with a vignette.The preset works equally well with JPEGs and Raws. As the name implies, it adjusts the white balance to add a wonderful warm tone to the image. There are two presets in this pack. Check it out. Original Image with cool tones Warm Vignette Warm Vignette Lite Download: Warming Vignette (99618) Shoot for Success – Expose for Lightroom | X-Equals - image, workflow, technology, business Lightroom and Photoshop, along with the myriad of other photo editing tools at a photographer’s disposal, are all amazing tools. They allow us to manipulate our images in ways never before imaginable or extremely time consuming to perform. These applications allow us to take a good photo and create amazing art from it. However, these tools can only do so much. Many of us have become lackadaisical photographers; we let the camera do too much work for us. Our computer tools are only capable of so much, and all they can work with is the information that they are given. Oftentimes we find ourselves focusing on the computer side of our workflow. I myself have three distinct phases to my pre-processing workflow. “Fix it in post” is one of those cliché statements that many often use Phase 1 – Camera Preparation The primary reasoning for this phase is that your camera is ready at a moments notice. Set your camera to RAW mode – You are using Lightroom, right? Phase 2 – On the Shoot Michael W.

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