Articles & News Tagged “Lightroom”
Adobe releases Lightroom for Android
Adobe has announced that its Lightroom Mobile app is now available for Android devices. Included as a part of the Creative Cloud, the app allows the user to sync edits, metadata and collections between a mobile device and a Mac or Windows computer. It can also automatically import device images into a Lightroom catalog.
GoAskErin on white balance
Backscatter Photo and Video have been publishing Lightroom guru Erin Quigley’s tutorials on their site. One of the recent posts features a tutorial dealing with correcting the white balance in an otherwise lovely image of a manta overhead. In the tutorial, Erin also shows a few other tools:
Lightroom to be available after subscriptions lapse
Tom Hogarty of Adobe has announced that users will have access to their images via Lightroom even if their Creative Cloud subscriptions lapse. From version 5.5 onwards, they will lose the Develop and Map functionality, but retain access and functionality in all the other modules.
Tutorial: Erin Quigley on the Adjustment brush in LR4
Review: Lightroom for the Underwater Photographer
Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon presents a review of Doug and Lorenza Sloss’s tutorial series entitled “Lightroom for the Underwater Photographer.” This comprises over 15 hours of lessons, split into 68 individual videos and covers virtually every facet of using Lightroom to manage and process digital images and video. The tutorials can be loaded onto most devices, including iPads, iPhones, Macs or PCs.
Lightroom tutorials updated
Doug Sloss’s Lightroom for the Underwater Photographer has been updated to incorporate the changes and new features that have been released with Lightroom 5. The tutorials, which total 15 hours of instruction, now cover the use of both Lightroom 4 and 5 and are available as downloads, rather than on memory sticks as they were previously.
Tutorial: Digging deeper with Lightroom’s local controls
Doug Sloss of Underwater Lightroom has written an exclusive Lightroom tutorial for the Wetpixel community. He points out that most photographers do not use the local correction functions available in the software. The tutorial aims to remedy this, or in Doug’s words, persuade us to “go local!”
New preset manager launched
Wetpixel member Richard Bowes (wizbowes) has just released an application that allows users to convert Lightroom presets in Adobe Camera Raw. ACR Preset Manager also allows presets to be organized into logical groups and for switching between presets without leaving Bridge. The new software costs £24.99 and is currently only for Windows, with a possibility of a version for Mac later. It is available now.