Karl Taylor - Lightroom For Photographers
English | .MP4 | yuv420p, 1280x720, 25 fps | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 817.7 MBGenre: eLearning
Everything you should know about using Adobe Lightroom to enhance your photographs.
Whether you are a complete beginner or a photography enthusiast, photo editing skills are very important - especially if you like to print your work. There are various types of photo editing software on the market but they all operate in much the same way. Lightroom is the photographers' favourite and in this 60 minute video I teach you the skills you need when editing and improving your photography.
Lightroom Tutorial - Part 1
An introduction and overview of the Lightroom interface and control panels, including colour temperature, exposure level, recovery, shadow fill, vibrancy, saturation, colour channels, lens corrections and much, much more.
Lightroom Tutorial - Part 2
I run through processing a RAW file to demonstrate how you can get the very best reproduction from your images. I demonstrate the further capabilities of Lightroom software using star ratings and compare image functions or comparing the image you have worked on against the previous version. I explain the negative aspects of shooting jpegs compared to shooting RAW files and processes a RAW file from start to finish explaining the considerations you should make to maximise the quality of your final image. I also looks at specific brush retouching for burning, dodging and localised saturation.
Lightroom Tutorial - Part 3
In this final video I overview some of the export functions for Lightroom including creating web galleries, slide shows, print books and sizing and exporting images for publication or exhibition printing.