Here’s a few things that I found worth a quick visit this week.
I get asked a lot about Lightroom and Capture NX. I thought this article summed up some pretty good points on the topic, especially when it comes to working with large amounts of photos.
My World Wide Photowalk Page is up and I’ll be doing my photowalk in Safety Harbor, FL. If you live in the Tampa area then be sure to sign up.
The Turning Gate has a new Lightroom web gallery (TTG Highslide) that looks pretty cool. It’s got a client proofing mode as well as a slideshow mode in it. Check it out here.
An interesting read over at the Lightroom Secrets website on single/multiple catalogs.
My new HDR DVD is out. It covers mostly HDR but there’s some Lightroom integration/workflow included on it as well. Again, most of it is Photomatix and the HDR process. Here’s the link.
NOTE: The DVD is the same as my online training course at KelbyTraining.com
For some inspiration for the day, check out Jeremy Cowart Photography. He’s an entertainment, travel, and portrait photographer and I think you’ll enjoy looking through his work. I liked everything I saw there, but the Music category really caught my eye.
I have the same issue as Ron, like Jackie I’ve double checked all my settings. I find the only fix is to save from PS to Tiff and then convert to JPEG with some other program! If anyone ever figures it out let us know!!
I also have the same problem as Ron, and it’s not because I’m in 16bit. EVERYTHING is set right, but I still get the program error message when trying to save as jpg. Makes batch watermarking a pain!
I have the same problem as Ron. Any fixes?
I don’t know about your other readers but todays little tip is going to save me some serious time editng my photos. thanks a bunch!
@ Ron – I think you are jumping out of LR and then editing in 16 bit. Try image > mode > 8 bits / channel and see if that helps.
Matt: Nothing to do with your post here, but I wanted to tell you that because of your (and Scott’s) great instruction I was able to put together my first foray into the photo book field (not my first book, however). If you get a chance, check it out…… pleeeeaaase: http://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/37mgp7zw9780252034756.html
I am a young photographer, 17, who is looking for a good way to organize my photos in Lightroom. I like to maintain a single catalog, but I don’t know what is the best way to organize pictures in lightroom and in folders. Currently, I am organizing by year>month>day and then the pictures are in that folder. Then, I try to keyword pictures based on events. For some reason, my windows computer does not embed the keywords into my pictures when I ask. So when I try to find pictures when I am not in lightroom, they are really hard to find. Anyway I can fix that? Let me know if you have any tips for organization. Shoot me an email when you have the opportunity. BTW: Thanks for the inspirational website. Your catalog post instigated this comment 😉
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it is only when i save as jpeg format, i can save as psd, but if i then try to go back to jpeg i get the cant save due to program error.
again only if i do a local adjustment to a photo.
got a question for ya.
i have noticed an issue when working on photos in photoshop that i processed in lightroom 2.
after converting in lightroom and then opening in photoshop, doing some photoshop stuff and then trying to re-save the photo, i get an error in photoshop. the error reads cannot save due to program error. it doesnt happen to all the photos, but only to the ones that i did local adjustments on. ( brush or grad ). is there a reason for this? i am using CS2. its kinda annoying to have to select all copy and make a new file then paste and flatten and then save as.
Great inspiration for the day…..Jeremy’s work is brilliant. Thanks for the link 🙂