Looking to make the most out of Lightroom’s organizational tools? You’re in luck. In this video, Scott Kelby (@KelbyOne) shares “SLIM” (Simplified Lightroom Image Management), his seven-step process for utilizing the organizational tools built into Adobe Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC.
0:00 - Overview
2:59 - Storing Your Photos
10:43 - Catalogs and Collections
27:51 - Organizing a Shoot
42:55 - Traps to Avoid
48:51 - Adding Automation
53:55 - Organizational Tools
56:32 - Missing Images
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Anya Anti takes intriguing, surreal portraits and in this video, she’ll walk us through her workflow for editing those photos in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
0:00 - Anti’s Work
1:30 - The Photoshoot
3:30 - Lightroom Edits
14:24 - Photoshop Edits
54:56 - Q&A
Are you a portrait photographer as well? Can you describe your workflow here? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
In this video, Kristina Sherk presents a talk on Adobe Lightroom Classic's updated features for 2023. These AI-powered tools will streamline your portrait-editing process, saving you hours of work.
0:00 - Introduction
1:21 - Content-Aware Remove Tool
12:32 - Select Background
21:13 - Intersect and Select Object
35:07 - Select Specific Features and Sync
46:11 - Q&A
48:57 - Presets
50:08 - Detecting and Masking Multiple People
53:06 - Notes for This Presentation
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Keeping photos organized is critical for any photographer. Tim Grey shares his expertise with Lightroom Classic, providing tips to help you create a streamlined workflow to keep your photos organized and easy to find.
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2:24 - The #1 Rule in Lightroom Classic
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In this video, Tim Grey, a favorite presenter at the B&H Photo Event Space, shares tips to help ensure you don't make mistakes with your Lightroom-based workflow. You'll learn:
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In this video, Matt Kloskowski takes a look at some of the reasons that we start our workflow in Lightroom, but finish it in Photoshop.
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David Marx demonstrates valuable tools and techniques in Lightroom that you can use to take your landscape photography to exciting new places.
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