Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Making incremental adjustments to images, part of Lightroom 5 Essentials: 02 Managing Images with the Library Module.
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In this movie, I want to explain the main reason why people use quick develop here…in the library module as opposed to working in the develop module.…And it has to do with working with auto sync.…When you process multiple images in the library module, it does something very…different than the Develop module. In the Develop module, if you select…multiple images and make an adjustment well it makes an absolute adjustment.…So if you increase exposure say by one stop, well both images will have the same…exact exposure. Yet in the library module, it does so…incrementally, relative to the exposure, or whatever setting it is for that matter,…of that actual image. Let me try to make this concept a bit more…concrete by showing you what I mean. Here, with this image I'm going to…decrease the exposure and I'm going to do this for demo purposes.…
Then next, let's select two images. We'll select the first two here.…Hold down the Cmd key on a Mac, Ctrl key on Windows to select those two.…Then press the N key or click on this icon which allows us to enter into survey mode.…
- Adding flags, stars, and labels to images
- Filtering your library by text, metadata, and file type
- Stacking photos into groups
- Creating a collection to group images
- Tagging images with locations
- Processing images in the Library module
- Viewing and editing videos
- Working with the DNG file format
- Adding copyright metadata to photos
- Adding keywords
- Opening images in Photoshop
- Exporting, emailing, and publishing photos
Skill Level Beginner
1. Rating, Ranking, and Labeling Your Photographs
2. Filtering and Finding Photographs
3. Organizing with Collections
4. Managing Images with the Map Module
Creating saved locations4m 41s
5. Processing Images in the Library Module
6. Viewing and Editing Videos
7. Exporting and Publishing Videos
8. Working with the DNG File Format
9. Working with Metadata
10. Opening Images in Photoshop
11. Exporting, Emailing, and Publishing Photographs
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