Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with JPEG compression using the Quality slider, part of Lightroom 4 Essential Training: 4 Creating Slideshows & Web Galleries.
Before you upload your online web gallery, you will want to navigate to the…Output Settings panel, because here we can dial in some important settings in…regards to our image quality.…We could add a watermark to our photographs, and also select the amount of…sharpening that we want to have applied to our photographs.…Well, let's start off by taking a look at image quality, you'll notice that for…this gallery it has to do with the large images, so let's go ahead and click on…one of these images so that we can see this a little bit more clearly.…
Now if we decrease the quality, while the image will fall apart; increase the…quality the image will look better.…So what then is an appropriate quality amount?…Well, this is JPEG compression you don't want to go up to 100 because what that…will do is it will increase your file size in your web gallery. Well, it will…lag; it will run a little bit too slow.…So therefore you want to find that optimum spot where you lower the quality…amount but where the image doesn't fall apart, where it looks the best.…
- Getting your slideshow or gallery on the web
- Grouping images in collections
- Renaming and re-ordering images
- Changing the color and appearance of a web gallery
- Adding captions and titles to photos
- Saving custom templates
- Uploading HTML and Flash galleries to a web server
- Creating an impromptu slideshow
- Customizing a slideshow layout
- Adjusting slideshow playback options
- Exporting a slideshow as a JPEG, a PDF, or a video
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started with Web Galleries
Introducing web galleries3m 13s
2. Customizing Web Galleries
3. Output and Upload Settings
4. Working with Slideshows
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