In todays screencast I wanted to cover another simple feature of Lightroom. The feature is the publish services features of Lightroom 3, I’ve used the Flickr option in the past but I recently picked up an iPad and wanted to sync some of my photos to my new device. Since there is no way to automatically sync Lightroom and the iPad I’ve found the publish services invaluable.
In todays screencast I wanted to cover another simple feature of lightroom that I think gets ignored far too much and can help you quite a bit. The feature is the before and after buttons, this feature lets you see what changes you have made in comparison to what the image originally looked like or what it looked like when you last too a snap shot of the image. An incredibly powerful feature.
In todays screencast I wanted to cover a simple but under used feature of Lightroom. Virtual Copies of your images allow you to keep multiple versions of the same image with different effects applied to each copy. The cool thing about this feature is you can store all the different iterations of your images with almost no overhead. This is made possible by Lightroom’s non-destructive workflow, each copy is just a new set of metadata not a completely new copy of the image. Your hard drive will thanks you
Today were talking about ligthroom presets. They are a very powerful and easy way to speed up your editing. To do this you should pick a well exposed image and apply “global” adjustments to the image. Once you have the global adjustments done you create your preset, then your just one step away from applying that preset to any image you want.
Today’s Screencast is a look into the flickr integration with the latest Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Beta. We are going to be covering some of the great new features that this integration makes possible along with setting up the integration. We hope you enjoy.