May 31, 2009
Here’s a short video taking you through finding and relinking missing photos. As well as showing the process, it also shows that ticking ‘Find Nearby Photos’ can find other missing pictures that are at the same location as the current missing picture.
May 24, 2009
Recent Hallmark graduate Matthew Campagna has been busy in the creation of a brand new gallery for Lightroom. Dubbed TTG Highslide Gallery, this flexible and robust gallery offers a wealth of features requested by users. The heart of the gallery is Torstein Hønsi’s excellent Highslide JS image framework. Written from the ground up, the many new features in this gallery include:
May 22, 2009
Loads happening in the Lightroom world this week:
Anita Dennis has announced some of the changes in Lightroom Help.
Speaking of Lightroom Help, they have a good list of tutorial videos related to Lightroom.
Lightroom Blog has a video on using the DNG Profile editor to create an IR profile to use in Lightroom.
Matt Kloskowski has a nice tip on Grid Thumbnail Sizes, along with a Q&A Post, and more free presets.
Adobe Community Expert Gene McCullough has a post on Single or Mulitple Catalogs over at Lightroom Secrets.
You can also catch up with the current Lightroom headlines using Alltop.
It would also be remiss to mention that Camera Raw 5.4 is out on Adobe Labs. While Lightroom versions tend to coincide with Camera Raw versions, no mention has been made of such an update yet.
May 16, 2009
Continuing in the series on the Toolstrip, here’s a short movie on the Graduated Filter. This video is in Quicktime format. A player can be downloaded from apple.com.
May 12, 2009
Around this time last year, Thomas Hawk detailed his then current workflow, which entailed use of Bridge and Camera Raw. This year, he has migrated to Lightroom and has a new workflow post to detail the change.
“Last year I wrote a blog post detailing my photography workflow. Since last year though my workflow has changed a bit as I’ve migrated from Adobe’s Bridge software to Adobe’s Lightroom software and thought that I’d post an updated article detailing how I process my images from start to finish. Questions about my workflow are some of the most common questions I’m regularly asked.” Read More
May 4, 2009
If you are creating a new Catalog or brand new Lightroom system, you may have a set of Keywords that you have used in other applications or even a set you had left over from your archive of negatives or transparencies.
You might find that it is simpler to create or edit your Keyword list outside of Lightroom to speed up the process, especially if you need to create a complex list.