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Correcting an Underexposed Image in Lightroom
Apr 8, 2008
Everyone overexposes an occasional photo. You might do it deliberately, in order to convey a certain mood, but more often than not it's an accident and you won't like the result. Martin Evening shows how to use Lightroom to fix those images on which you got a little carried away.
Stay Organized by Stacking Similar Photos in Lightroom
Mar 31, 2008
When you take multiple shots of a single pose, eventually you'll want to winnow them down to the best of the bunch. Until you get around to doing that, Scott Kelby recommends "stacking" the shots to save screen space and cut down the number of poses you're viewing. Lightroom's stacking capabilities make it simple.
Smarter Image Editing in Lightroom
Mar 28, 2008
Lightroom is simpler to use than Photoshop, says Martin Evening, and without compromising the quality of color processing in any way. In this article, he points out some special Lightroom features for smarter editing of digital images.
Find Photos Fast With Advanced Searches in Lightroom
Mar 21, 2008
Drowning in photos? Martin Evening shows how to use Lightroom's advanced search options to find the right pictures when you need them.
Lightroom Tips & Tricks: It's All About the View
Mar 14, 2008
Photographers look at the world from a different perspective: the eye of the camera. Try these techniques from Chris Orwig for improving, speeding up, and applying favorite views to your photos in Lightroom.
Make Images Easy to Find With Lightroom’s Quick Collections
Mar 14, 2008
Tired of losing your Lightroom selections? Martin Evening suggests saving your selection as a quick collection, which Lightroom remembers even after you close the program.
Finding and Marking Photo Rejects in Lightroom
Mar 7, 2008
If you're like most folks, you take a lot of pictures trying to get that one perfect shot. That strategy leads to scads of images, many of which you may never use, and they all take space! Scott Kelby shows a quick method for weeding out the bad shots with Lightroom.
Importing Photos by Copy in Lightroom
Feb 29, 2008
A number of convenient features are available in Lightroom when you import pictures by copying. Martin Evening points out the options that are particularly helpful.
Chris Orwig’s Lightroom Tips & Tricks
Feb 22, 2008
Chris Orwig shares some techniques for speeding up your work (while simplifying the effort) in Lightroom.
Peachpit Exclusive: Interview with Legendary Computer and Photography Book Author Scott Kelby
Feb 19, 2008
In this exclusive interview, bestselling Photoshop and technology book author Scott Kelby speaks with Peachpit Publisher Nancy Aldrich-Ruenzel about being the top-selling computer book author for the fourth straight year, making the transition from podcast to television, his latest book projects, his photography equipment, his workflow, and much, much more.
Making Virtual Copies With Lightroom
Jan 4, 2008
Want to experiment with a photo in Lightroom, but without messing up your original? Matt Kloskowski suggests creating another version of the original (Lightroom calls these "virtual copies") that you can treat just like you would a "real" photo: crop, color, fade, view - even save to disk.
Martin Evening On Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Dec 7, 2007
In the second half of this two-part interview, Martin Evening offers advice to users and gives a sneak peak of the second edition of his best-selling book The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Book: The Complete Guide for Photographers. In part one, Martin discusses his work and the role Lightroom plays in it.
Adding Photoshop Automation to Your Lightroom Workflow
Nov 30, 2007
Here's a great timesaver from Scott Kelby: Create a sharpening action in Photoshop, save it as a droplet, and then use that droplet in Lightroom as an export action. Sound interesting? It is, and it's easy.
Give Lightroom Its Own Identity
Nov 30, 2007
Make Lightroom your own by creating a custom identity plate. NAPP instructor Dave Cross shows you how. He also explains how to use identity plates to create reusable, custom border effects.
Steps for Getting Accurate Color in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Nov 30, 2007
Fashion photographer Martin Evening shows how to calibrate and profile your display to ensure that the color you see is the color you get when working in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Working with Metadata in Lightroom
Nov 30, 2007
Lightroom can store away a lot of useful information with your images. Martin Evening discusses how to make the most of Lightroom's metadata features.
Basic Camera Calibration in Photoshop Lightroom
Nov 30, 2007
Should you mess around with your camera's calibration? Maybe. If you notice a greenish or magenta tint to your photos, Scott Kelby recommends adjusting the color with Lightroom's camera calibration features.
Cloning and Healing in Lightroom
Nov 30, 2007
NAPP instructor Dave Cross explains how to use Lightroom’s Cloning and Healing tools to fix blemishes across multiple photos.
Creating Lightroom Slide Shows
Nov 30, 2007
NAPP instructor Dave Cross takes you on a tour of Lightroom’s slide show tools as he shows you how to create and customize your own slide shows in Adobe Lightroom.
How to Use Lightroom's Catalog Export and Import Features
Nov 30, 2007
Martin Evening shows step by step how to import/export Lightroom catalogs from one computer to another (for instance, from a desktop computer to a laptop and vice versa).

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