From Darkroom to Lightroom

From Darkroom to Lightroom

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Even though Adobe's Lightroom is far from complete at the time of this writing and will likely have qmanyq (Adobe's word) new and changed features by the time it is released, it can make a major change to your workflow right now. And while it's still in beta, it's free. Furthermore, although unfinished, the product is extremely productive. It will do quite a bit more than Camera Raw and, at least in the Macintosh version, performs its tasks at several times the speed and with a lot more workflow efficiency. (Currently, Adobe's new Windows version is in need of performance and feature improvements as it can be unbearably slow, especially when showing images at 100 percent resolution. Adobe assures us that this is a transitional state of affairs.) At the time of this writing, Adobe had just released the Windows version, and had also upgraded its Mac version to run in a universal version that would take full advantage of Apple's new Intel CoreDuo processors. (Lightroom's major competitor, Apple Aperture, does not have a Windows version, and Lightroom is not the hardware hog Aperture is, either.) In this revised and updated Short Cut, I introduce you to the Lightroom (Beta 3) workflow, its fives modules, and its particular appeal to RAW shooters. I also include coverage of the new Windows version of Lightroom.happen to take pictures of some backgrounds, trees, and skies, you can add the pertinent keywords to the files. ... while youa#39;re working in Lightroom, if you want to see all your skies so that you can choose what you want to composite into a scene with a boring sky (so far, you ... I bet this capability alone will give me the time to add another $20, 000 to my income next year. ... You could make a Quick Collection in a few minutes and email the agency a slideshow after a few more minutes.

Title:From Darkroom to Lightroom
Author: Ken Milburn
Publisher:"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2006-09-21

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