Here’s two quick videos: One on how to create a multi-photo layout in Lightroom, and the other is a behind-the-scenes of how I lit and shot the car (an Audi R8) I used in the layouts.
I was looking online this week and saw an old sheet of color slides in those plastic sleeves where we used to store them in folders, and it made me start thinking about how cool it would be to have something like that in Lightroom where you could just click a button or two and it be there, so I set out to figure out how, and it’s easier than you’d think. It takes a little Photoshop up front (simple stuff), but once...
Wanna get better at Photoshop? Follow these steps for making a transparent logo that will work in Lightroom. You’ll learn some handy Photoshop stuff along the way.
Here’s the last in my series — it’s a little request, but one that’s long overdue.
When and why to use Draft Mode printing (and when NOT to use it).
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.