Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Capture has changed, part of Lightroom Classic CC 2015 and Photoshop: Photography Workflow Strategies.
- Capture has changed a lot since the early days of imaging. It used to be that with Photoshop, you would scan an image in, maybe use a photo CD, and that imagery would come in one at a time. Things dramatically changed with Lightroom, when digital cameras were passing dozens, hundreds, even thousands of images. But no matter what sort of camera you're using, it's really important to remember that you want to get the most out of whichever device you have with you. So, it's your mobile device, or your DSLR, or anywhere in between.
Things like a clean lens, stabilization, shooting at low ISO if you can. Again, back to stabilization, if you can stabilize a camera and use a lower ISO setting, you're going to get a better result. If you're holding a mobile device, make sure that you hold it and use the mechanical button to trigger the shutter rather than pushing on the screen and moving it around. So, while capture may have changed, the fundamentals haven't, and you want to make sure that you capture the best image that you can. So, take your time, slow down a little, don't just spray and pray, and you'll be a lot happier with what you end up bringing in to Lightroom, Photoshop, or even a mobile application.
In this course, Bryan O'Neil Hughes describes a modern photographic workflow that pairs Photoshop with Lightroom Classic CC. Learn the differences between a Bridge and ACR workflow and a Lightroom Classic CC workflow, and see how to take advantage of Lightroom Classic CC's features to work more efficiently.
And because the world is going mobile, Bryan also shares insights into where Lightroom for mobile fits into today's photographic workflow.
- Capturing images
- Importing images in Lightroom Classic CC
- Working with HDR images and panoramas
- Developing photos in Lightroom vs. Camera Raw
- Getting the most from Photoshop's tools
- Going beyond the desktop with Adobe mobile apps, CC Libraries, and Behance
- Putting it all together in a streamlined workflow