Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Conclusion, part of Lightroom 4 Essential Training: 4 Creating Slideshows & Web Galleries.
Well, this wraps up our series Lightroom Essentials, and you know my goal with…this series is that it's given you a good working understanding of how to…utilize Lightroom in order to integrate it into your workflow and in order to…create more compelling and interesting photographs.…Now if you're interested in digging deeper, we have some other courses planned…that you may find they'd be helpful.…In these courses we're going to cover how we can use Lightroom shortcuts or how…we can create an effective Lightroom workflow; how we can work with catalogs; and…also how we can integrate Lightroom and Photoshop together.…
Well, in closing it really has been a distinct honor and privilege to have had…you had you join me in this training adventure.…I look forward to catching up with you in another course. Bye for now.…
- Getting your slideshow or gallery on the web
- Grouping images in collections
- Renaming and re-ordering images
- Changing the color and appearance of a web gallery
- Adding captions and titles to photos
- Saving custom templates
- Uploading HTML and Flash galleries to a web server
- Creating an impromptu slideshow
- Customizing a slideshow layout
- Adjusting slideshow playback options
- Exporting a slideshow as a JPEG, a PDF, or a video
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 for Photographers: Camera Raw 7with Chris Orwig6h 16m Intermediate
Photoshop for Photographers: Portrait Retouchingwith Chris Orwig6h 4m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Web Galleries
Introducing web galleries3m 13s
2. Customizing Web Galleries
3. Output and Upload Settings
4. Working with Slideshows
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