Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the previous button, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Working Faster.
- [Instructor] After having tried and tested a wide range…of post-production tools, I've found that I can work…the fastest in Lightroom Classic CC because…of the different ways that it allows us…to batch process our images.…And here you can see in this selection of photographs,…I have some images which are similar here, my first group.…Then I have another group here,…and I have these different groups so that I can highlight…and share with you a few different techniques…that we can use for batch processing.…Because the reality of working with Lightroom is that…often we'll have a set of images…which have similar light, color, and tone,…which need similar types of adjustments.…
So let's start off with this photograph here,…in this small group.…And with this one, what I might do is increase my contrast…and my exposure, bring up my shadows,…bring down those highlights, darken those blacks,…maybe add a touch of clarity, and vibrance, and saturation.…Alright, great.…The image is done.…So whatever you want to do to it,…
- Importing with Develop presets
- Customizing the interface
- Choosing modules and panels
- Processing your photos
- Batch processing multiple images
- Tips for enhancing your workflow
- Creating folders and collections
- Cleaning up and exporting presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Import and More
2. Preferences, Viewing, and Navigation
3. Processing Your Photos
4. Workflow Tips
5. Advanced Essentials
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