Lightroom Worth-a-click

A few Lightroom-related items worth checking out today:

• The folks from Kodak have teamed up with Jeffrey Friedl to create a Kodak Export Plug-in for LR. According to Kodak, the plug-in will make it easy for Lightroom users to upload their photos to KODAK Gallery where they can order prints and photo books.

• This isn’t really “new” but Tim Armes has created a very cool Lightroom gallery called Jigasawrus. It’s for showing off a lot of photos on one page.

• Free Collage Templates for Lightroom 3 Beta’s Print Module

• If you’re looking for some HDR inspiration check out the HDR gallery from Talke Photography. Sweet!

Author: Matt K

Matt is a full time Education Director for the NAPP and Kelby Training. He's a best-selling author of various books on Photoshop and Photography co-hosts the live weekly photography talk show "The Grid" and is co-host of "Photoshop User TV". In his spare time he practices as a 1st degree black belt in Taekwondo and enjoys spending time with his family in Tampa, FL.

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6 Comments

  1. “Kodak have teamed up with Jeffrey Friedl”. Really?? Can’t see any mention on Jeffrey’s site of any Kodak involvement with this new plugin.

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  2. Hey Matt, I’m from Greece and I have a question. If, God forbid, you’re faced with a pc meltdown, is there any way that you have had – as a preset, or any other export – all your preferences/settings saved, so that you don’t have to do them all over again? (I’m not asking about the presets you already have a backup already) Thanks in advance…

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  3. Hi Matt.. I’m a number one.. or in this case number x of your killer tips…but one that I have not found yet it is “how to find an efficient way to find my catalogs” i have already 6 at least but on the menu bar it just tells me for teh recent catalogs and I can see just 1 or 2 at the time.. then If I open “open catalog” I have to search up and down for that other catalog that I’m looking for…any suggestions???Thanks a lot
    Ignacio Grez from Chile, patagonia

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  4. Hi Matt, Love the before and after plus the settings, this is fantastic. Really shows how a few simple adjusts is making such a big difference. Keep these coming!

    My favourites are “Another Sunrise” and the “Multnomah Falls”, hard to choose are there are many great shots.

    James.

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  5. I took a lot of these same pix several years ago, I am going to scan them in and LR them. Thanks Matt!

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  6. All the shots are amazing!!! And it’s really hard to pick one so here’s 2 of my favorite: the Multnomah Falls and the Bandon Beach Sunrise (up way too early) :)

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