Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by 2WheelPhoto, Mar 30, 2012.
More Lightroom (less workflow) video. Great tricks and tips here for Lightroom.
I'm gonna have to come back to this later....thanks for the find
Excellent post, thank-you!
.... Is there a 10 minute version.
Plus people who say "of of it" drive me me mental.
I just learned that sheep have "caverns".
Cavernous sheep are one of those fancy breeds I think - bred up in the highest of the high hills of Scotland
And great video!
Now if only they could do layers with Lightroom 5
Did anyone catch the name of the presenter? I listened a couple of times, but couldn't quite make it out.
Actually can someone tell me how a keypad costs $300 when all its doing is linking keycommands to new buttons (my mouse does that if I want it it wasn't anything like $300)
My guess that's a super gaming keyboard with back LED for the ultimate Skyrim and Left 4 Dead 2 experience .
Yeah, I listened to the 1st 10 minutes and I didn't get more than he shot 3 to 5,000 shots at a wedding. I'll wait for the condensed version lol.
well I found it pretty informative, learned a couple things about LR.
There are a few things in this presentation that are not quite accurate: Exposure was not at all dangerous in LR3 as long as you kept it in certain limits. The way he uses controls in this presentation is really brutal (but maybe because he's trying to emphasize the effect). Exposure control is not for fixing bad photographs! Also, brightness is the control in LR3 that was not that useful actually (and it looks like Adobe realized that too and redesigned it in LR4). It is true that LR4's exposure control is much better but not because it is combined with the brightness control.
The brightness control was replaced actually by splitting it's function/effect into several other controls: exposure, blacks, shadows and highlights.
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