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Show off your hard work; display your photographs with the easy-to-build slideshows and web galleries in Lightroom. They're a straightforward way to display images on the web, on the desktop, or projected onto a screen. In this breezy segment of Lightroom 5 Essentials, Chris Orwig explains how to select your best images and group them into collections, apply a design template, and customize the look and feel of your web gallery or slideshow. Then learn about watermarking photos for copyright protection, uploading HTML and Flash galleries to a website, and adding a soundtrack and titles to a slideshow. Plus, discover how to create video-based slideshows, new to Lightroom 5.
Congratulations on making it through this course. I hope that you found the information in this course helpful. You know as you know this course is part of our larger series where we focus in on how we can use Lightroom in order to improve our workflow, and our photographs. So what comes next? Well as you know as well Lightroom is really just part of the overall post production equation. The other part of course is Photoshop. And in my own workflow I always begin with Lightroom, and almost always finish with Photoshop.
So if you want to improve your post production work flow. I recommend that you check out some of my other courses where I talk about how we can use photo shop in order to enhance, correct, and improve our photographs. Well thanks for joining me in this course. I hope to see you in another one. Bye for now.
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