Lightroom has become a very essential part of the workflow process for many photographers, including myself. I cannot imagine managing my photo catalog without Lightroom and I use it every day for my photography needs. In fact, 95-98% of my post-processing work is done in Lightroom and I only occasionally use Photoshop for advanced photo editing / retouching, which not only simplifies my workflow, but also decreases ...Continue Reading ?
Lightroom is loaded with many advanced features and one of the most neglected of these is the Print Module. To make matters worse, there are very few articles available about this module and its’ potential. In a series of articles I am going to discuss some of the most useful features of Lightroom’s Print Module, such as how to specify the page layout and print options for printing photos and contact sheets on your ...Continue Reading ?
There are lots Lightroom Presets. As a matter of fact Lightroom comes with some default presets that Adobe considers a useful starting point for editing images. One of the best things about Lightroom is its ability to store develop settings as Presets so you can use them again later to edit other images. In addition to creating and saving your own presets, you can ...Continue Reading ?