Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic slideshow presentation options, part of Lightroom 4 Image Sharing Workshop.
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At it's most basic creating a slideshow in Lightroom is simply a matter of …selecting the images you want to include in that slideshow. …And then in the slideshow module choosing the template the playing the slideshow. …But of course you can fine tune the appearance o that slideshow by changing …the settings for the template on the right panel. …Let's take a look at the settings that we can use to fine tune the appearance of …our slideshow. At the top of the right panel, we'll find …the options section, the first control here, allows us to zoom all of our …images, so that they entirely fill the frame.…
Now this can be a little bit of a challenge for vertical images. …Because obviously we'll be losing a considerable amount of the photo by …cropping it effectively to fit the frame size. …So generally speaking, I don't use this option, but it is an option that you can …use if you'd like. I'll go ahead and click to turn off that …option, though. We can also add a stroke border, in other …words a faint line around the edge of each image. …
- Selecting images for sharing
- Using collections for sharing
- Creating a watermark or identity plate
- Publishing and exporting
- Creating photo books and slideshows
- Printing photos
- Web photo galleries
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sharing Basics
2. Publishing and Exporting
3. Creating Photo Books
4. Creating Slideshows
5. Printing Photos
6. Web Photo Galleries
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