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Kelby Training - Lightroom 4 In-Depth – Importing, Organizing and Exporting Your Photos (2012)

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Kelby Training - Lightroom 4 In-Depth – Importing, Organizing and Exporting Your Photos (2012)

Kelby Training - Lightroom 4 In-Depth – Importing, Organizing and Exporting Your Photos (2012)
English | Duration: 2h 54m | H264 | 852x480 | 29.97fps 1307kbps | AAC 44.1KHz 128kbps | 536MB
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 is the key to what industry experts are calling the new digital workflow. Now you can learn exactly how to get started, and see how it can help you achieve the quickest, easiest workflow imaginable! Matt Kloskowski, NAPP Education and Curriculum Developer and host of the popular Lightroom Killer Tips podcast, walks you through the entire process and shows you how to get the best possible images in record time. In this course, Matt concentrates specifically on the importing and organizing process in Lightroom. You’ll start from scratch with the goal of always knowing exactly where your photos are and keeping your favorite ones so they’re just one click away.
Introduction (01:33) Introduction to Lightroom 4 In Depth
Upgrading from a previous version of Lightroom (02:54) If you're upgrading from a previous version of Lightroom you'll learn how to move your catalog over so it works with Lightroom 4

Import - Where to store your photos? (04:50) We'll start off by finding out where to store your photos and keep things organized.

Import - Overview of the Import Dialog (09:37) In this lesson we'll take a look at all of the features in the Import dialog box, from where your photos come from to where they'll get moved to and everything that happens in between.

Import - From Existing Folders on Your Computer (03:45) If you've already got photos on your computer and want to import them into Lightroom then this lesson will show you what to do.

Import - From a CF Card (05:14) Let's say you're coming directly from a photo shoot and your photos are still on the memory card. This lesson will show you how to get them into Lightroom and on to your hard drive so you know exactly where they are.

Import - Working with External Hard Drive (03:32) Your computer's internal drive will most likely get full pretty quickly. This lesson will show you how you can use an external drive with Lightroom to keep all your photos.

Import - Moving Folders Around After the Fact (06:50) If you need to move folders, there's a specific way to do it so that Lightroom will always know where they are.

Import - Preferences (02:04) We'll take a look at some of the preferences to make importing easier and faster.

Import - About DNG (09:01) In this lesson we'll cover what DNG is, how to use it and all of the features in Lightroom that let you work with your DNG photos.

Import - Video (04:18) Lightroom also supports video. We'll see just how to take advantage of the controls in Lightroom and all of the things you can do with your videos.

Import - Raw + JPEG (02:08) If you shoot in Raw+JPEG mode, Lightroom has a little feature that helps you out with this.

Exporting - Saving your photos as JPEGs (07:08) Once you've got your photos in Lightroom, you'll probably want to know how to get them out so that you can email them or put them on the web.

Exporting - Watermarking your photos (05:39) Lightroom has a feature that let's you watermark your photos all at once when you export them into JPEGs

Exporting - Working with Flickr and Publishing Services (04:03) If you use Flickr, Facebook or some other popular photo sharing services, you can actually upload your photos directly to the site from Lightroom.

Emailing Directly From Lightroom (01:47) A new feature in Lightroom 4 let's you email your photos directly from within Lightroom.

3 Things To Know About Getting Around in Lightroom (04:41) There's a lot of little tips and tricks in Lightroom. But in this video, Matt shows you 3 of his favorites for moving around Lightroom quickly.

Viewing your photos (07:38) In this videos we're going to take a look at the differenet ways to view your photos in Lightroom.

Organizing - Rating, Flagging and Labeling (08:48) We'll kick off the vidoes on organizing by taking a look at the rating, flagging or labeling options you have for picking your keepers.

Organizing - Visually with the spray can (03:14) Lightroom also has a spray can tool that let's you visually apply picks, flags and other info to your photos.

Organizing - Find your Keepers (04:42) One of the first parts in organizing your photo library is finding your keepers. Matt shows you his favorite method for going through your photo library and deciding which ones are the best.

Organizing - Saving your favorites into a Collection (05:45) Collections are like albums. They're an essential step in keeping your photos organized and help out a lot when it comes to finding your favorites fast.

Organizing - Using Collection Sets (07:14) A collection set let's you organize your photos just a little bit more than a collection. They're great for travel, landscape or wedding photos.

Organizing - Using Smart Collections (04:45) Smart collections are, well, collections that are smart! Actually, they're collections that manage themselves so you don't have to manually add photos to them - Lightroom takes care of it.

Organizing - Stacking similar photos (03:56) If you've got several photos of the same thing, then stacks are a great way to help stay organized and reduce the clutter.

Organizing - Keywords (08:10) Keywords help out when you're searching for your photos and you may not know exaclty which folder or collection they're in.

Organizing - Metadata (04:58) Metadata is information about your photos. We'll take a look at how to add or change your metadata use a panel in Lightroom.

Organizing - Maps and GPS Info for Your Photos (06:40) The new Maps module in Lightroom 4 let's you see any GPS enabled photos on a map, but more importantly, also let's you add GPS and location info to any photos that don't already have it.

Searching for photos (05:59) Lightroom has a Filter Bar that's specifically geared toward finding your photos.

Renaming Photos (01:06) If you didn't rename your photos when you imported them, Lightroom has a way you can do it after the fact.

Backing up your catalog (06:08) You'll of course want all of your work that you do in Lightroom to be backed up. We'll take a look at how to back up your catalog in this video so that you can always get your back back in case of a catastrophe.

Syncing Between Laptop and Desktop (05:43) If you use a Laptop and a desktop, you'll probably want to synchronize your work between the two. In this lesson, Matt shows you how to keep that work organized on both machines.

Quick Develop (and the only time it's useful) (02:36) Quick Develop is a stripped down version of the Develop module. There's not much use for it in most cases but Matt shows you one thing it can do that the Develop module can't.

Library Keyboard Shortcuts You Need to Know (08:06) A quick overview of some key library shortcuts that you'll want to make sure you always have handy.

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