New video tutorials about Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4′s Graduated Filter and how useful this tool can be when enhancing landscape photographs.
The first full update for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 has just been released. This free update fixes some bugs and adds support for raw files for a host of new digital camera bodies but there is a lot more to this update. Hidden below the surface are some huge advances in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom’s Develop Module technology including a set of new color fringe repair tools and the ability to enhance 32-bit HDR images!
Each version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom introduces exciting new tools for serious photographers and Lightroom 4 Beta is no different. This time, the software engineering team has introduced some new features and improved some old ones. This post demonstrates our favorite new features!
These video tutorials explore some of the new features and improvements inside of the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Beta v4 Library Module. These videos cover Photoshop Lightroom’s new video editing capabilities; the new integrated email engine, the ability to move multiple folders at once, and the new filter by metadata status option.
A public beta version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 is now available! Adobe is making the beta version available to the general public so that we can help them iron out the wrinkles and track down the bugs before the new product is finalized. Use the beta at your own risk but it is a great way too see what improvements are coming soon to the final product.
Have you ever felt the need for both a full-color and a black and white version of the same image? Have you ever wanted to make a second copy of your photograph that you can turn into a black and white masterpiece without leaving Adobe Photoshop Lightroom? If creating a duplicate–a second copy of your original capture–without leaving Lightroom is a mystery then this video tutorial is for you.
This video tutorial is a quick overview of my five favorite new features in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 for the professional photographer. This video highlights: improvements to the import dialog, the new IPTC Extension metadata fields, the improved sharpening and noise reduction algorithms, and the incredible new lens correction tool. The video concludes with a quick demo of the new Publish Services feature.
This is a “behind-the scenes” video which demonstrates how I turned my original raw capture into a nice polished photograph using features of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CS4. In this movie, I use Graduated filters in Lightroom’s Develop Module, and I use Content-Aware Scaling in Photoshop CS4 to create a beautiful eye-catching image.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is already a very efficient software program. It has greatly increased my productivity, especially when dealing with large numbers of images from a single shoot. One of the ways to increase this productivity is through the use of a tablet.
In this article, we’ll review some of the popular Wacom tablet models and talk about some tips and tricks for using a tablet in Lightroom.
My favorite tablet for the job is the Wacom Intuos 6×8. Read on for more information.