RSS

RSSAll Entries in the "(10) Using Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop Together" Category

MSJPhotography.com Sign Up Graphic

New Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Tutorials Now Online At MSJPhotography

I am delighted to announce that my good friend, and Photoshop wizard, Mark Johnson and I have teamed up to provide a new top-quality Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CC video tutorial subscription site. This is all new content and these are lessons that I have never shared online before…

Share
32-bit HDR image built using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.1 and Photoshop CS6

Working with 32-Bit HDR Images within Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.1

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!

Share
Content-Aware Scaling with Adobe Photoshop CS4 Demo

Content-Aware Scaling with Adobe Photoshop CS4 Demo

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.

Share
Using Photoshop Actions as Droplets in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Using Photoshop Actions as Droplets in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

This article describes how to access Photoshop Actions from the Export Dialog of Lightroom. Photoshop Actions allow you to perform complicated or repetitive tasks on an image or groups of images with little to no user intervention. Wouldn’t it be great if you could run these actions from Lightroom? Well…you can. Using Droplets and Lightroom’s Export Actions folder, you can harness the power of Photoshop Actions on your Lightroom images.

Read on to find out how.

Share