When you are working on your images, they might be in a file format that is relatively large. This is great for maintaining details, and for more targeted editing. But how do you save an image to a specific file type so you can use it for something like social media? Richard Harrington shows you how to save an image to specific file types in Adobe Lightroom.
- When working in Lightroom,…you have the ability to export to specific file types.…Let me show you how simple this is.…Right now, I'm working with a DNG file,…a digital negative.…You could always check the file type…by mousing over to see the name,…or look at it up here, and you'll see what's happening.…When you want to convert, simply choose File, Export.…Now, you might have presets already,…which can speed up your exports.…Otherwise, choose File, Export.…
Let's make a preset here, specifically for the web.…I'm going to choose to Export, and I could choose a location.…Now in this case, I'm going to use…a folder I created earlier on my desktop called Output.…Next, I could choose the file type.…You'll notice that Lightroom supports a few types of files.…JPEG is well suited for the web, or easily sharing online,…but it does lose a lot of quality due to compression.…The Photoshop Document format is excellent…for collaborating with other Adobe users,…and it's a high-quality file.…
The TIFF format, or Tagged Image File Format,…
- Sizing an image
- Fixing exposure problems
- Fixing an image that is too bright or too dark
- White balancing a photo
- Changing the color of an object
- Fixing red eye and dark circles
- Controlling focus, perspective, and backgrounds
- Blurring backgrounds
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sizing an Image
2. Exposure Problems
3. Color Problems
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4. Retouching Problems
5. Controlling Focus, Perspective, and Backgrounds
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