Last week we shared our first installment on the Lightroom Workflow I use when processing images. The same workflow is used when creating HDR images, wedding images, portrait shoots, etc. Lightroom is what I use every time I off load images.
In today’s installment we’re adding 3 videos. Lesson 3 covers sorting and selecting images to make things easier to find. If you take a lot of photos while traveling you could find yourself looking at a library with thousands of images every year. Finding that exact image from 4 months ago could be a nightmare, but once you learn all the sorting and selection features in Lightroom I think you’ll be happily surprised by how easy it is to sort through a massive library.
Lessons 4 and 5 cover the develop module in some detail! This is where you can crop your images, color correct them, stylize them, and more! There’s so much to talk about in the develop module, I had to break it into two segments!
In total, these videos go a little over 50 minutes in length. But remember, they’ll be up here permanently and you can always go back to them if you’re a subscriber. Enjoy, and be sure to set your video mode to HD when watching!
Lesson 3 – Sorting and Selecting
Lesson 4 – The Develop Module
Lesson 5 – The Develop Module Continued