Using third-party plugins and sending to Lightroom


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Using third-party plugins and sending to Lightroom

We've learned a lot about where Light Room fits in for noise reduction and sharpening with global and even some selective edits, and where Photoshop comes in for really precise, detailed edits, and even things you couldn't do anywhere else. Now what I want to talk about is where to go from here, outside of Photoshop and Light Room, and how to get back to Light Room when you're done in Photoshop. So, the one plugin that I'm going to recommend around noise reduction and sharpening is really just on the sharpening side because truthfully, when it comes to noise reduction, I truly believe that Camera Raw Light Room are the best places to do that, works exceptionally well.

With sharpening, while there's a lot of great work that we can do with selective areas and global areas, that savvy that you saw in Light Room, with variable output sharpening, is really cool. Now luckily, if we look over here at pixelgenius.com, these are actually the folks that we worked with on the Light Room soluti...

Using third-party plugins and sending to Lightroom
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Using third-party plugins and sending to Lightroom provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Bryan O'Neil Hughes as part of the Noise Reduction and Sharpening in Lightroom and Photoshop

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