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Welcome to the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom podcast and tutorial series. This podcast series is designed to give you access to the real story behind Lightroom. Not only do we take you behind the scenes with the engineers on the Lightroom team so you can hear their personal thinking on the program, but we also interview industry leaders and artists to gain their insight into the art and craft of digital photography. Your input has helped make Lightroom great, so keep it coming. Thanks very much, ...
 
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Was wäre Lightroom ohne Shortcuts? Es ist unglaublich wie stark man seinen Workflow optimieren kann, wenn man so einige Tastenkombinationen kennt. Dabei halte ich es für wichtig, nur die Shortcuts zu verwenden und sich zu merken, die einen auch wirklich weiter bringen. Nachzuschlagen um das Tastenkürzel eines Menüpunktes zu suchen, weil man es zum …
 
In diesem Video zeige ich euch die grundlegenden Neuerungen in Lightroom 6 bzw. Lightroom CC was am 21.04.2015 von Adobe veröffentlich wurde. Anhand vieler Beispiele zeige ich die Stärken und Schwächen der neuen Lightroom Version auf und warum ich kein Adobe Creativ Cloud Abo abgeschlossen habe, sondern mir das Upgrade für knapp 74 € gekauft habe. …
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, welche Auswirkungen die Regler in dem Grundeinstellungen-Bereich im Lightroom Entwickeln-Modul auf das Bild haben und was diese Regler genau verändern. Die meisten kennen diese Regler und können auch deren ungefähre Funktion erklären. Wenn es aber darum geht, die Funktionen genau zu…
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, wie ich aus einem eher gewöhnlichen Farbbild eine ansprechende schwarz/ weiß Konvertierung durchführe. Am besten geeignet sind hierfür Bilder, die auch ohne Farben interessant wirken oder gerade durch einen schwarzweiß Konvertierung so abstrakt wirken, dass sie wieder interessant au…
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, wie ich aus einem eher unterbelichteten Bild ein stimmungsvolles und ausgewogen belichtetes Bild erstelle. Voraussetzung hierfür ist eine balanciert belichtete RAW-Datei ohne ausgebrannte Bildbereiche. Das Ausgangsbild wurde mit der Canon EOS 6D kurz vor Sonnenuntergang aufgenommen.…
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, wie ich aus einem Bild ohne besondere Lichtstimmung, durch eine entsprechende Bildbearbeitung, eine ansprechende Tönung hinzufüge. Neben der grundsätzlichen Bearbeitung, gehe ich intensiver auf den Weißabgleich und die Teiltönung ein. Das Ausgangsbild wurde mit der Canon EOS 6D bei …
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, wie ich aus einem Bild mit vielen dunklen und hellen Bildbereichen ein ausgewogenes belichtetes Bild erstelle. Dem hellen Himmel habe ich etwas an Helligkeit, bzw. Belichtung entzogen und den unteren dunkleren Bildbereichen – den Tiefen – habe ich einiges an Helligkeit hinzugefügt. …
 
In diesem Screencast zeige ich dir in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5, wie ich ein mittelmäßiges verrauschtes Bild in eine ansehnliche leuchtende und nicht verrauschte Stadtsilhouette verwandele. Die Aufnahme wurde mit einer Canon EOS 60D bei ISO 5.000 gemacht. Damit der Verlust von Bilddetails durch das starke Entrauschen nicht weiter zum tragen kommt…
 
Gestern wurde von Adobe die Lightroom 5 beta zum Download freigegeben. Diese Version ist zwar kostenlos und benötigt keine Seriennummer, jedoch sollte diese noch nicht produktiv verwendet werden. Die aktuelle finale Version ist noch immer Lightroom 4. Ich bin in diesem Tutorial auf die wichtigsten Neuerungen eingegangen, die sich durchaus sehen las…
 
Einer der anfälligsten Prozesse für Datenverlust in der digitalen Fotografie ist der Importprozess. Zum einen müssen die Bilder von der Kamera oder der Speicherkarte auf den Computer übertragen werden und zum anderen zuverlässig in Lightroom importiert werden. Eine Fehlerquelle ist das Vorhandensein doppelter Daten. So könnte der Fotograf sich dara…
 
Jede Speicherkarte – egal ob SDHC, SDXC, Compact Flash etc. – sollte vor der Benutzung überprüft werden, damit Datenverluste minimiert werden können. Nicht selten gibt es Datenträger, auf denen einige Bytes nicht richtig lesbar sind und es dadurch zu unwiederbringlich Bildausfällen kommt. Um dies vorzubeugen gibt es diverse Tools um Speicherkarten …
 
Lightroom beinhaltet die Funktion Slideshows/ Diashows zu erstellen. Leider kann Lightroom jedoch von Haus aus keine Zeitraffer oder Time-Lapse Videos erstellen. Die Einzelbilder pro Sekunde sind durch die Vorgaben begrenzt. Jedoch kann man durch Presets, durch externe Vorgaben, Lightroom etwas nachhelfen. Auf der Webseite von LR Time-Lapse von Gun…
 
Lightroom bietet nativ nur wenige Möglichkeiten Videos zu bearbeiten. Ein paar Knöpfe im Bibliotheks-Modul und das war es. Aber durch einen kleinen Umweg lassen sich Videos ähnlich wie Bilder bearbeiten. Hierzu ist es notwendig ein Einzelbild aus dem Video zu erstellen und dieses im Enwicklungs-Modul zu bearbeiten. Die angewendeten Einstellungen kö…
 
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday March 12, 2008 at Martin's home in London. It gives us a rare glimpse into the inner thinking of this talented fashion and beauty photographer, as he gives us a shot by shot evaluation of a recent session. This video footage was taken during a photo session to create assets both for an upcoming Lightroom book,…
 
In this tutorial I outline the basics of using Lightroom's Edit in Photoshop command, specifically as it pertains to RGB files. You'll learn what your three basic options are, and how they are best used to begin taking advantage of the incredible variety of workflows available, when using Lightroom and Photoshop together.…
 
In this tutorial I outline the basics of color correction, in a situation where the color and density of the photograph are wide open to interpretation. Starting with a properly calibrated and profiled monitor, learn to trust your eyes to bring out the very best in your photographs, using the Adobe Lightroom Develop Module.…
 
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday February 6th, 2008 at the National Arts Club in New York City. Gregory sits down with George to have a conversation about working with Arnold Newman, his love of portraiture, and some of his thinking on a wide range of subjects including the value of the print, and the difficulties of developing a personal sty…
 
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday November 20th, 2007 at the home of Greg Gorman in Los Angeles, Calfornia. Gerd sits down with George to have a conversation about working with National Geographic on many interesting and diverse assignments. We discuss how he photographed inside the Chernobyl reactor, about the victims, the environment, and ma…
 
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday November 21st, 2007 at Catherine's family home in Lafayette, Calfornia. Catherine sits down with George to have a conversation about how her personal work inspires her wedding photography, about her personal approach to working with people, and how working with people from many different socio-economic backgro…
 
In this tutorial I outline the basics of where Lightroom stores your previews and metadata, how Lightroom links to your source files, and how all that relates to your operating system. I also show you how to integrate Lightroom with Bridge's browser-based workflow, so that both raw processors can be synchronized to the same set of XMP metadata.Note…
 
In this tutorial I outline the basics of Lightroom's Synchronize command. We show you how to apply Develop settings across multiple photos, in both the Library and the Develop modules. We also talk about some of the new selection logic in Lightroom that is required to make working with large numbers of files, well.... logical!Note that this "video"…
 
This podcast was recorded on Friday August 24th, 2007 in Seattle, Washington, in the home and studio of Natalie Fobes. Natalie sits down with George to have a conversation about her passions and successes in photojournalism, her wedding photography, her two daughters, and how all of these life elements are ultimately tied together for her.The views…
 
This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, October 17th, 2007 during the Photo Plus Expo in NYC. Special thanks to the 6 very talented wedding photographers who participated in the podcast. Please understand that this podcast has been minimally edited, and it contains some language that may offend. Parental warning advised. :-)The views and opinions o…
 
Welcome to what may be my very best conversation yet. Or at least the most fun and insightful. Sit down with Jay Maisel, Greg Gorman and Seth Resnick, as we have a long and rambling discussion about film archives, digital archives, various sorting and editing methods, and how they all intersect. Or not. The interesting thing to me is that when I go…
 
This podcast was recorded on Saturday September 29th, 2007 at Steve McCurry's workshop in NYC. Steve sits down with George to have a conversation about photographing people, and the effort and dedication required to make great photographs.The views and opinions of the participants in this podcast are their own, and do not reflect or represent those…
 
This podcast was recorded on Saturday October 6th, 2007 at National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington D.C. Chris sits down with George to have a conversation about working with Ansel Adams, Chris's love of the landscape, and his sense of how photography can influence the social issues of our times. He tells the story of the genesis of t…
 
"My technique really was, that I would increase the saturation of the color by re-photographing the chrome -not with duping film- but with Kodachrome. So I'd be going Kodachrome to Kodachrome, which gave me an instant increase in the total contrast of things, and then using filters in drawers; it's like Hue and Saturation. I basically had a mini-Ph…
 
"What's so unique about still photography is that it forces you to stop, it forces you to think. It's almost meditative. Particularly compared to the other media that exists today." - Ed Kashi This podcast was recorded on Tuesday August 7th, 2007 at Ed's studio in Montclair, New Jersey. Ed sits down with George to have a conversation about his care…
 
This podcast was recorded on Thursday August 9th, 2007 in New York City. Bob sits down with George to have a conversation about his career, his love of film, and his quest to integrate sound, video and still photographs into media-rich journalism. Bob also discusses the fellowship project he recently worked on at Ohio University, that can be viewed…
 
This mini-tutorial podcast is the fifth in a series that will cover bite-sized tips and techniques designed to help you get the most out of Lightroom. The focus of this series will concentrate primarily on basic color correction techniques using the Develop module, but will also touch on many other parts of the application. This tutorial shows the …
 
This mini-tutorial podcast is the forth in a series that will cover bite-sized tips and techniques designed to help you get the most out of Lightroom. The focus of this series will concentrate primarily on basic color correction techniques using the Develop module, but will also touch on many other parts of the application. This tutorial shows the …
 
This 'video' podcast includes photographs by Eric and by John Cornicello. The photographs can be viewed on Video iPods. Audio only will be available on iPods that do not support .mp4 format. The views and opinions of the participants in this podcast are their own, and do not reflect or represent those of Adobe Systems.…
 
This mini-tutorial podcast is the third in a series that will cover bite-sized tips and techniques designed to help you get the most out of Lightroom. The focus of this series will concentrate primarily on basic color correction techniques using the Develop module, but will also touch on many other parts of the application. This tutorial shows the …
 
This podcast was recorded on Tuesday May 22th, 2007 in New York City. Eric sits down with George to have a conversation about his photography, his passion for color, and how he approaches the challenge of making authentic photographs when working in indigenous cultures. This "video" podcast includes photographs by Eric Meola. It can be viewed by do…
 
This mini-tutorial podcast is the second in a series that will cover bite-sized tips and techniques designed to help you get the most out of Lightroom. The focus of this series will concentrate primarily on basic color correction techniques using the Develop module, but will also touch on many other parts of the application. This tutorial shows the…
 
This mini-tutorial podcast is the first in a new series that will cover bite-sized tips and techniques designed to help you get the most out of Lightroom. The focus of this series will mostly concentrate on basic color correction techniques using the Develop module, but will also touch on many other parts of the application. This first tutorial sho…
 
This podcast was recorded on Friday March 16, 2007, at the home of Ruth and Thomas Knoll in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Zalman Stern, Mark Hamburg, Michael Jonsson, Thomas Knoll and Jeff Schewe ramble all over the place, discussing the upcoming ACR 4.0, compatibility with XMP and Lightroom raw controls, noise reduction, sharpening, the non-destructive edi…
 
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