Books: 3

Lightroom

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Learn how to organize your images
USE THE ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LIGHTROOM LIBRARY MODULE TO ORGANIZE YOUR IMAGES! Photographers love to shoot, but sometimes have a hard time keeping their images organized. If you own Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC, you have the ideal tool to organize thousands of images. If you spend a few minutes using professional more » techniques while importing images, you've taken the first steps toward creating a well organized catalog! In this authoritative reference, photographer and Lightroom instructor Doug Sahlin shows you how to organize images that you import into your Lightroom catalog. Sahlin has been using Lightroom since Version 1. In this book he shares his extensive knowledge of the application with you and shows you how to organize your images. This book was written for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC, but the techniques also apply to Lightroom 6, and many of the techniques also apply to Lightroom 5. IN THIS AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE YOU WILL LEARN TO: * * Organize images when you import them * * Add keywords to images * * Add copyright information to your images * * Utilize the Quick Collection * * Create Collections and Smart Collections * * Use the Library filter to find images * * Export images * * Use shortcuts to streamline your workfolow * This guide is lavishly illustrated with full-color photos and works with all Kindles, but is best viewed on a device with full color such as the Kindle Fire. This guide also looks great on the Kindle app for the iPad. If you don't have a Kindle or an iPad, you can read this guide on your computer using the FREE Kindle app for the PC or Mac. If you want to create a squeaky clean Lightroom catalog, this is the book for you. To learn how to organize thousands of images in your Lightroom catalog and much more, scroll up and buy the book now. « less
2017
Realizing your vision with Adobe Lightroom plus Photoshop
Photographer and digital imaging expert Martin Evening's guiding philosophy when editing images is to ask, “What is the point? Does what I am doing enhance the picture, or is it just artifice for artifice’s sake?” InLightroom Transformations, Martin applies this approach to a broad collection of images, more » showing you how to turn ordinary-looking photos into hero shots—without using fancy montage techniques or wacky effects. By giving each image his own interpretation and explaining the rationale behind the choices he makes, he shows how you can do the same when processing your photos. Focusing primarily on techniques using Lightroom and Camera Raw—but also with Photoshop—Martin demonstrates how to manipulate the tones and composition of images to create photographs that correspond to your personal photographic vision. Filled with before-and-after shots with detailed explanations of how to go from an ordinary image to an extraordinary one, the book illustrates what you can achieve using Lightroom or Photoshop as a creative tool to enhance the natural beauty that lies within your images. * Helps you pre-visualize the end result you would like for your photos, and provides easy-to-follow steps for simple edits to polish almost any image * Includes tips on shooting technique to improve your images in-camera * Demonstrates how to recompose existing shots to illustrate how a photograph could have been shot and composed better * Includes short videos that demonstrate some of the techniques discussed in the book « less
2016
The Fastest, Easiest Way to Show and Sell Your Work
For today’s photographer, a clean, professional-looking website is a must. But for most, the thought of having a site that displays your work like a pro seems either too expensive or too hard to create. How can you develop an eye-catching website that looks professional, updates quickly, and even helps more » you make some money in the process when your passion is photography and not coding? It’s easier than you think. In Get Your Photography on the Web, RC Concepcion, curriculum developer for Kelby Media Group and one of the Photoshop Guys, takes you through an easy step-by-step process so you can build your own site from the ground up and have it look like you paid someone a lot of money to do it for you. Even if you know nothing about Web programming, this book will have you building a website in hours, not weeks. You’ll learn: * How to secure your own domain names and hosting space * How to install WordPress on your website in as little as seven clicks * How to add pictures, galleries, and Flash portfolios without learning any code How to sell your images online without having to make a single print * How to incorporate Lightroom and Flash galleries into an already existing website You’ll also find interviews and inspirational tips from people you will meet “Along the Way” to making your website. Plus, RC gives you free templates and Flash portfolio components to get you up and running without emptying your wallet. The techniques RC shares in Get Your Photography on the Web are the very same ones he uses for some of the biggest names in photography—it’s like designing your website with a trusted expert looking over your shoulder. Best of all, you’ll walk away with the satisfaction of knowing that you did it all yourself! « less
2011