AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
First, take a look at converting raw-format photos to the DNG format in Lightroom Classic CC and using its Develop module to improve their contrast, color, and tone. Then find out how to adapt your raw workflow when you're on the move—on a mobile device or simply migrating from an application like iPhoto or Aperture. Next, Bryan switches over to Photoshop and its powerful Camera Raw plugin to optimize raw-format images and video. Along the way, he draws important comparisons between Photoshop and Lightroom, ending with tips for round-tripping back to Lightroom and creating camera profiles to make sure you're getting the most rich and accurate results from both programs.
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi. I'm Bryan O'Neil Hughes, and I'd like to welcome you to Working with Raw-Format Photos in Lightroom and Photoshop. In this course, we'll take a look at the workflow and how to get the most out of your raw files in both Lightroom and Photoshop. Starting in Lightroom, we'll talk about best practices for converting your files to DNG and some of the secrets of that format. We'll walk through the Develop module from its basic tools to its much more detailed and hidden functionality. And then we'll talk about where Photoshop comes in, moving files over to Photoshop and some of the unique things that Photoshop can do.
We'll talk about some hidden tricks in Camera Raw, and some of the similarities and differences between it and Lightroom's Develop module. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques. Now, let's get started with Working with Raw-Format photos in Lightoom and Photoshop.
1. Lightroom: Import and Library
2. Lightroom: Develop Module
3. Photos and Photo Libraries on the Move
4. Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop
5. Exporting and Accessing Files
DNG Profile Editor5m 2s
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