Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Why use DNG?, part of Lightroom 5 Essentials: 02 Managing Images with the Library Module.
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There's a lot of excitement surrounding Lightroom and how Lightroom is this tool…that we can use in order to raw process our photographs.…There's also a lot of excitement about how we can capture raw images when we're using…digital cameras. Yet sometimes all of this excitement can…be a little bit confusing. It can be a little bit hard to different…between the hype and also the legitimate excitement.…And on top of that, when we're working in RAW, we have these different file formats.…And so what I want to do here is take a couple of minutes just to deconstruct things.…
And I want to do this for a couple of reasons.…First off, so that we have a good working understanding of these issues.…And second, so that we can start to understand what it means to work with…digital negative files. Okay, well, let's step back for a second…and let's start at the beginning. Really, if we go to the beginning, there's…two different things we talk about when we're talking about raw.…The first is, raw capture, that's images we capture with our cameras.…
- 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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