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Offering a wealth of post-production instruction, PhotoShop Cafe's Lightroom Workflow for Wedding Photographers is an in-depth tutorial covering how to best utilize Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 in conjunction with wedding photography. Hosted by Frank Salas, this two-hour presentation covers all aspects of a complete Lightroom workflow, ranging from importing to exporting, with extensive detail on file handling, applying adjustments, and working in black and white. Designed to benefit the complete editing workflow for a wedding photographer, this tutorial quickly gives you some helpful hints on how to refine and expedite working in Lightroom 5.
Designed within an intuitive interface for computer playback, this DVD-ROM allows you to quickly skip to lessons of interest and control your playback for the most effective learning experience. Many of the lessons are also complemented by included lesson files to help you follow along. Additionally, the video files can also be imported into iTunes for viewing on an iPad, iPhone 4 or later, or via an Apple TV.
Introduction: Host, Frank Salas, provides a brief overview of his wedding photography workflow.
File Handling: Moving from the overview, Salas now presents the basics of downloading, file handling, and archiving processes in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
Library Module: Furthering the file handling process, this section covers the Library module and how to work with different import settings, keywords, culling files, ratings, sorting and organizing, and renaming options.
Develop Module: Introducing the Develop module, this section covers camera calibration settings as well as creating and organizing presets.
Standard Proofing: Working more in-depth with the Develop module, this lesson offers a step-by-step guide on how to make proof imagery.
Advanced Adjustments: This lesson demonstrates how to apply tone curve adjustments, lens correction, noise reduction, and how to add grain to imagery.
Adjustment Brushes: In this section, Salas covers how to work with adjustment brushes and how to make target temperature adjustments, different burning and dodging techniques, and how to apply radial filter, diffusing, and gradient effects.
Colors and Vintage Tones: Dedicated to applying color effects to imagery, this section teaches you how to add color and vintage style tones to photographs.
Black and Whites Part I/Part II: Split between two sections, these lessons offer a wealth of detail in working with and converting your imagery to black and white.
Exporting: Finally, this last instructional section covers topics on exporting your finalized imagery.
iPad Instruction: Complementing the wealth of instructional video components, this short tutorial simply covers the interface and viewing options for seeing the presentation on an iPad.
A dedicated interface enables intuitive playback that is aided by descriptive texts, info panels for accessing content, and the ability to immediately jump to PhotoShop Cafe forums. This playback design permits full-screen viewing on compatible Mac and Windows operating systems. Additionally, the video files can also be imported into iTunes for direct playback on an iPad, iPhone 4 or later, or via an Apple TV.
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Mac OS X 10.4-10.8 / Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, or 98 (700 MHz Pentium processor or better)
DVD-ROM drive and speakers
1024 x 768 display resolution or larger