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Building an ebook in Lightroom

October 5, 2012

Today I thought I would try something a little different.. How about creating a book in Adobe Lightroom 4, converting it to an ebook and publishing it to the Apple iTunes (and Blurb book store). Does [More]

Compositing in Photoshop Touch

September 20, 2012

As part of our Adobe Touch Week Howard takes a look at Photoshop Touch on the iPad and puts it through its paces by compositing two images. [More]

Adobe Nav for iPad

September 18, 2012

As wonderful as Adobe Photoshop is, I doubt there is a person that would call it simple.. There are many ways to do just about anything, from choosing which tool to use, find that skin smoothing [More]

Introducing Photoshop Touch for iPad

September 17, 2012

It was only a matter of time. When a device like the Apple iPad is developed for mobile computing and creative uses, working with photos is a given. That means making selections and layers, applying [More]

Duelling in Lightroom, Working With 2 Screens

August 22, 2012

One of the great reasons to use Lightroom is that it offers such a fast and easy workflow for editing large numbers of images. Every little tip, trick or method that saves editing seconds allows us to be more effective and profitable as photographers. My tip for today is using Duel Screens in Lightroom. The ability to work on one image while controlling a batch of images means that you can work quicker and more consistently allowing for more time doing what we love.. spending more time out with the camera. [More]

Photosmith 2 – A Review

June 18, 2012

Photosmith is an iPad app that claims to be the ‘bridge’ between Lightroom and the photographer allowing them to sort, keyword and organise photographs ‘in the field or when traveling’ and even when ‘hiding from the rain under an awning in Bogota’ when ‘even a slim notebook is unwieldy’. The app works with JPEG and RAW files and integrates wirelessly with Lightroom. [More]

Publish from Lightroom to Dropbox

May 29, 2012

Cloud storage service Dropbox is a very handy and useful tool, allowing you to share files between your machines. For photographers, it provides and easy way to get your images on all your devices quickly and easily. If you’re using Lightroom, then the Publish Services that were introduced with LR3 give you direct integration from Lightroom all the way through the cloud – a very nice capability. In today’s video tip, you’ll learn how to set up a Publish Service to manage your Lightroom portfolios right within Dropbox. [More]

Lightroom 3 Publish Services

September 6, 2010

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has always had the capability to export images from the catalog. You could create presets, select your images, start the export job and send them on their merry way. The [More]

Lightroom 3 Publish Services

September 6, 2010

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has always had the capability to export images from the catalog. You could create presets, select your images, start the export job and send them on their merry way. The [More]