This is Part II in a series on printing from LIghtroom, by Seth Resnick of D65. Lightroom printing is really a dream—much easier than printing from Photoshop. Todays blog covers the integration of the Collections Panel, the Page Setup and Print Settings buttons and the Layout Style Engine.
Lightroom really makes printing a breeze, with many features for all your printing needs. You can place multiple-size images on a single page, and have multiple pages of multiple-picture layouts. You can even use draft-mode printing, which renders from the Previews. This is even more amazing, because you can select a group of images, print them as a PDF, and accomplish the task in seconds.
A majority of the portraits I capture involve young children, who almost always present their own unique challenge. Simply getting the young ones to the studio can be a challenge in itself for Mom or Dad, so it’s to your benefit to go out of your way to make the session a positive and entertaining experience.
The era of digital sensors has created a pervading fear of dust among photographers. Many shooters try not to change lenses except when they have to, and they pale at the thought of a gaping-open lens mount. But sometimes it's worth throwing caution to the wind. Often times I find the wrong way to use my equipment is the best way. Let me introduce you to the world of freelensing.
Camera always ready, Joe Josephs has compiled an expansive array of street shots—above as well as below ground. These images convey the city’s “all-too-human side, warts and all” as Joe likes to say. Novice as well as experienced street shooters will benefit by attending Joe’s street-photography workshop, in which he will discuss techniques and aesthetic issues related to capturing dramatic street images.
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