Here’s one way to set up a proof print to test the Brightness slider in the Print Module against how your own monitor looks. That way, you’ll know the right percentage of brightness to add to make your print match the brightness of your screen.
Our third episode is here (yay!) and we’ve added four new things to the show based directly on your comments. Well, probably not yours personally, but you know what I mean.
When you are working on a shoot where your lighting and camera settings are fixed, there are changes that you would like to quickly pass to the other images in the shoots. Getting this done quickly can be a great time saver in your workflow. Let me speed this up just a little bit further by adding another tool to your arsenal – Auto Sync. When you make some develop setting changes to your images, you have the option to select...
This is one of those little things that might make ya stumble a bit when using Constrain Crop with Upright, and how to fix it fast.
It’s the final suggestion in my series: this one is about why making presets is the next thing you need to go!
Kicking things off, Scott gives a great tip on how you can remove sensor dust, and other flaws from your photographs before saving them in Lightroom. Also, RC walks through the important process of matching the quality of the printing paper to your printer, so you can get your spot-free images looking their best.