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Using Lightroom on Two Computers

March 12, 2014

My main Lightroom catalog is on a desktop Windows machine in my home studio, but I travel with a MacBook Pro, and use the laptop computer for working with Lightroom on the road. In this video, I'll discuss the way I merge photos from my remote shoots back into my main Lightroom catalog. In order to do this, I use Lightroom's "Export as Catalog" and "Import from another Catalog" features to transfer and merge my two separate catalogs into one. Keep in mind that this is one of a number of possible strategies, but it is the one that works for me. [More]

Tonemap 32 bit Images in Lightroom

September 10, 2013

Lightroom has the capability to work with 32 bit images. This allows you to use all the familiar Lightroom Develop Module controls for adjusting and enhancing your high dynamic range (HDR) merged images. The results are natural and realistic, and it's a pleasure to work with the full range of adjustment controls and tools with which we're so familiar right within Lightroom. [More]

Use Photoshop for a Seamless Action Sequence

August 24, 2012

Technically an action sequence is a series of photos merged together to show the progression of an object through the frame. Artistically an action sequence is brilliant way to show movement in your photos and make amazingly eye-catching images. [More]