September 2, 2009
Some interesting Lightroom links from around the Net.
Wade Heninger has his weekly round up of Lightroom Links over on his blog with Lightroom Tuesday.
Lightroom Blog has a post to help those trying to get Lightroom Flash Galleries working with Windows Servers.
X-Equals has a good post on Lightroom Presets and Plugins.
In a continuing series from Adobe, you can get to meet the Lightroom Team. This time it’s the turn of Craig Marble.
Slightly older is a handy tool from Jeffrey Friedl that lets you extract the Preview images from within Lightroom.
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.
February 3, 2009
Here are some interesting things that are happening in the Lightroom world at the moment.
There’s a lot of interest in being able to export with a directory structure intact. Over at Lightroom forums, there’s a post on just such an export plugin. It does work, although it seems to add an extra folder called ers on Mac. Check it out!
Matt Kloskowski has posted new free presets over at Lightroom Killer Tips. These High Key presets come in 3 flavours and are worth checking out.
Speaking of free presets, my own batch of grunge presets LRB Dragan are now up on Adobe Exchange for Lightroom.
Rich Cooper aka mountainstorm has updated his Tether programs and is looking for feedback on them. While these work with most Nikons, Canon compatibility on newer cameras is not there due to Canon changing communication protocol recently. Any camera that has a PTP mode should work with it.
Timothy Armes is now distributing via The Photographers Toolbox. We interviewed Tim recently and wish him well as he takes his great products further. The distribution brings with it a serial number mechanism, to prevent confusion between trial and full versions.
As part of Photoshop World, Martin Evening and Jeff Schewe will be giving seminars. Both Martin and Jeff are members of the NAPP Photoshop Hall of Fame, as well as being editors in chief here at Lightroom News. There’s a $100 discount offer running currently until the 20th Feb, so time is running out.