Perhaps the biggest advantage of Lightroom over programs like Photoshop is that Lightroom gives you control over your entire workflow, from the moment you import photos from your camera’s memory card through to processing your Raw files and exporting images. Yet most photographers seem to go straight to the Develop module, and push the task of learning how to use the Library module to the side.
Mastering Lightroom: Book One – The Library Module (second edition) changes that. It shows you how to use the Library Module to import, organise and search your images. This important task lays the foundation for the work you do in Lightroom. Mastering the Library module ultimately saves you time, which you can spend either in the Develop module or with your camera. Either way, you end up with more hours to be creative.
This second edition expands on the material presented in the first, going into greater detail and including an in-depth look at Lightroom mobile, showing you how to integrate it into your workflow.
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Title: Mastering Lightroom: Book One – The Library Module (second edition)
This ebook covers black and white photography in Lightroom 4, Lightroom 5, Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC.
Length: 230 double page spreads
Words: approx 51,000
Format: PDF. You can view Mastering Lightroom using free Adobe reader software on any PC or tablet. You can also read Mastering Lightroom on the iPad using iBooks – it has been optimised for iPad viewing.
What is Lightroom?
The transition to Lightroom
Advice to new Lightroom users
The workflow advantage
Organizing Raw files
Two versions of Lightroom
Introducing the Lightroom Library module
The Lightroom modules
Customizing the identity plate
Getting started: Importing images
How Lightroom works: a brief overview
Beginning the import
Using the Library module
The power of the Lightroom Catalog
The purpose of the Library module
The most selected image
Selecting folders or Collections
Viewing focus points in Lightroom
How to make Lightroom faster
The left hand panels
Working with panels
The Folders panel
The Collections panel
Putting it together: Importing Raw files
Collections and Virtual Copies
Collections and projects
The Catalog panel
The Right Hand Panels
Quick Develop panel
Keywording and Keyword List panels
The Metadata panel
The Lightroom Publish Services
Hard Drive Publish Service
Flickr Publish Service
Facebook, Behance and 500px
Other Useful Plug-ins
Introducing Lightroom mobile
A brief guide to Lightroom mobile and Lightroom web
How Lightroom mobile works
The history of Lightroom mobile
Getting started in Lightroom mobile
Applying flags and ratings
Lightroom mobile workflow
Workflow 1: Lightroom CC to Lightroom mobile
Workflow 2: Lightroom mobile to Lightroom CC
Workflow 3: Photosmith to Lightroom CC (iOS only)
What’s new in the Lightroom module?
New features in Lightroom 5
New features in Lightroom 6 & Lightroom CC
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