Get your Lightroom catalog in order with this collection of tips and best practices for managing and organizing photos in Lightroom.
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- Photoshop (25)
- Camera Raw (7)
- After Effects (2)
- Aperture (2)
- Apple (2)
- Premiere Pro (2)
- Final Cut Pro (1)
- GoPro (1)
- Gunther Wegner (1)
- LRTimelapse (1)
- Photoshop Elements (1)
- Photoshop Fix (1)
- Photoshop Lightroom (1)
- Photoshop Mix (1)
- Wacom (1)
- Photography (14)
- Photo Management (5)
- Sharing Photos (5)
- video2brain (5)
- Printing Photos (1)
- Raw Processing (1)
- Video (1)
- Video Editing (1)
Learn how to use (and customize) the metadata your camera takes with every shot to find, organize, and map your photographs with tools like Adobe Lightroom.
Design your own photo book in Lightroom, and then have that book printed by Blurb or exported as a PDF.
Learn how to create and publish web galleries featuring your own photography with Lightroom.
Learn how to create prints worth sharing and selling with Lightroom's Print module.
Learn how to create slideshows of your photographs to share with family, friends, and clients with the Slideshow module in Lightroom.
Learn how to watermark and share your photos online with Lightroom 5.
Learn how to use the Develop module in Lightroom 5 to optimize the appearance of your photos: from general contrast and tone adjustments to retouching and creative tints.
Learn to use the Library and Map modules in Lightroom 5 to organize your digital photos.
Use Lightroom's simple but powerful video capabilities to manage, optimize, and share your video clips.
Perfect your photos with Lightroom's Develop module.
Get organized so you can always find the photo you need.
Takes an in-depth look at sharing your images with Lightroom 4 via prints, email, or the web.
Teaches you everything you need to know to use Lightroom to manage, optimize, and share your images.
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