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Before we get rolling here, I just want to level with you that adding metadata to your images is obviously not he most enthralling part of a digital workflow. I dread it myself. But, I will say that adding metadata to images is way more enjoyable and faster than putting slide labels on thousands of slides individually like I had...
In the world of photography, there never seems to be a year when there’s not something on our wish lists. Holidays are often the time we hope to see that new DSLR under the tree, more memory cards stuffed inside our stockings, or perhaps unwrap a gift to discover the latest version of our favorite software. As photographers, we all...
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 is phenomenal tool for a photographer's workflow, but it's even better when you can streamline your processes with some quick and easy keyboard shortcuts. Here are 10 of our favorite basic shortcuts for Workflow Friday: Before/After Previews: Toggle between the before and after on your photos by pressing \. You can also see a split screen...
This is an excerpt from Chapter 3 of Michael Clark's e-book Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: A Professional Photographer’s Workflow. Chapter Three is titled "Importing and Editing Images in Lightroom," and it covers how to set up your Lightroom preferences, import images into Lightroom, using the DNG file format, editing your images, renaming images, file and folder naming, shooting tethered and many other...