Lightroom Goodies

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: October 19, 2012

Category: General

Hey Everyone,

How’s things?

I’m currently on my way to Manchester for a Campaign Shoot having got up this morning at way too early o’clock.

Not much time to stop and chat I’m afraid so instead I’ve a couple of great things to share with you:

Lightroom Video by Matt Kloskowski
In this short video, Matt Kloskowski of the N.A.P.P. (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) covers a great way to manage all those image files you may have built up if you shoot a lot of HDR or just like shooting bracketed (multiple exposures):

New Lightroom eBook from Sean McCormack
Just released is this brand new eBook called Essential Development: 20 Great Techniques for Lightroom.

Written by friend, Photographer & Lightroom Guru Sean McCormack here’s a brief overview of what it’s all about:

The eBook is divided into 20 chapters, focused entirely on the Develop module, covering topics such as: Understanding The Histogram, Making White White, Beauty Retouching, Dodge & Burn for Beauty, Cross Processing, Achieving a Filmic Look, Image Toning, Tilt Shift, Effective Sharpening, and Correcting Lens Issues.

The eBook is priced at just $7.99

For more information check out the Craft & Vision website [Link]

Right that’s all from me so whatever you’re going to be up to, have a great weekend and I’ll catch you back here in a couple of days,
Enjoy,
Glyn

 

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1 Comment

  1. Leslie

    Hope you have a great shoot today Glynn. I met you at Scotts LSRI tour in islington. Just wanted to let you know your work is an inspiration. Having only picked up a camera 3 years ago I discovered a little book Digital Photography by Scott and am delighted to have discovered your work on Scott’s London visit.
    Loved your DJ shoot in practical photoshop, only beginning to learn photoshop but was able to use your cool smoke effect on a recent ballerina shoot here in Cork, it’s up on my site if you ever get a minute:)

    Love visiting your blog and thanks again for all the tips and inspiration…..just seen a cool shot of Liam Neeson for taken 2 (think it was a Chinese poster) and thought of you…..would love to see you nail that one and show us mere mortals how it’s done!

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