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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

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 How to Take Better Pictures How to Take Better Pictures © 1973 ~ 2016 Ken Rockwell and KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved. Cameras & Lens Reviews Recommended Cameras Newest Articles Recommended Books Tutorial Videos 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. The first enables you to offset a time zone change and the second supports a custom adjustment to align multiple cameras used to shoot one event but with different date/time settings in-camera.

Add Face Recognition to Lightroom w/ Picasa! We teach clients how to manage their professional image libraries using a combination of Adobe Lightroom and Bridge. I typically don’t recommend iPhoto for most professional libraries. Then Apple added Faces (facial recognition) in the latest version of iPhoto. I’m loath to give up my professional workflows, but easily keywording photo libraries with people’s names is a game changer for many businesses. This week I started testing Picasa 3.5, free software from Google, which now includes face-matching. Lightroom's Tone Curve Explained It’s no secret that there are many ways to enhance our photographs with Lightroom. By using just a handful of sliders we can get some great results in a matter of minutes and by learning how to use tools like the gradient filter tool we can create some more specialized effects with just a little extra effort. So with all these great tools is there still a need for the Tone Curve tool in Lightroom 4 and beyond? Or is it just another way of creating the same effects? What is Lightroom’s Tone Curve Tool? Well the answer to that question really lies in the details of what you are trying to accomplish with your post production.

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.

5 Tips on How to Hold Your Camera tutorial This may be a topic that seems basic and easy to gloss over, but have you ever thought about to properly hold your camera? Sure, DSLRs have been designed to give you better and better ergonomics and grip, but when you start shooting with slow shutter speeds or telephoto lenses with no vibration compensation, having the right technique can be the difference between a photo that looks sharp and a photo that has shaky motion blurs. Some of these technique may feel weird, but think of it like learning to play golf. Going from Photoshop Elements to Lightroom - Importing an Elements catalog to Lightroom Community Translation Your transcript request has been submitted. Adobe TV does its best to accommodate transcript requests. It can take a few weeks for the transcript to become available in the Community Translation Project, so keep checking back. Join the Community Translation Project Thanks for your interest in translating this episode!

Step by Step Portrait Processing in Lightroom The story When you are photographing someone who enjoys being in front of the camera, take advantage of it. This was a simple portrait to take and its strength comes from the model’s spirit, not fancy technique. Photoshop Secrets: How to Use a Black & White Layer to Adjust the Colors in Your Photo SALE ALERT: We’re so excited about our new uploader that we decided to take 15% off all Plus and Awesome upgrades and renewals! Time is running out to take advantage of this deal. Click here to upgrade now! Did you know that you can adjust the brightness/luminosity of the colors in your photos using a black & white adjustment layer in Photoshop? It might seem counter-intuitive, but that’s exactly what talented landscape photographer and frequent 500px ISO contributor Jimmy McIntyre shows you how to do in the tutorial video below. By adding a black & white adjustment layer to his beautiful long-exposure seascape photo and setting the blend mode to Luminosity, he’s able to change the brightness of individual colors in his photo without affecting their saturation.

Raw File Formats Proprietary raw Raw file format (not an acronym) is raw data from a digital camera sensor that has not been demosaiced, meaning that a raw file is only composed of either a red, green, or blue value at each pixel location. Rather than having the camera demosaic the raw data to create a rendered file, saving the raw data allows the photographer to control the demosaicing process with special software that offers control over white balance, color saturation, exposure (to a degree), bit depth, and color space, noise reduction, and even lens correction and other "parameters". This is why these types of software are often referred to as Parametric Image Editing software. Although raw files are much larger than JPEG files, the extra measure of control and potential quality is a worthwhile trade-off for most professional photographers.

10 Lightroom Tips for a Smoother Work Flow If photography has become an integral part of your existence, or is destined to be, chances are fair to good that you will find yourself staring longingly into the eyes of Lightroom like an insatiable lover. That might sound romantic, but in reality it is more like a hypnotic spell which can be difficult to break. It’s easy to squander away lots of time fumbling your way through Lightroom. However, when you find yourself in this situation, rest assured that it will hopefully be time well spent as it is an indispensable resource in your photographic arsenal.

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