You know that little graph in Photoshop, Lightroom, and on your digital camera called the Histogram? What does it tell you, and how can you use to rescue a boring photo? Watch my tutorial. We will cover this and check out some new features in Lightroom 2.0. Whoa, what about the FREE Lightroom pop quiz? Read on…
I’ll be working in Lightroom 2.0 for this tutorial, but the techniques can be applied in Photoshop as well. Don’t have Lightroom 2.0? You can download a 30-day trial version here.
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The Pop Quiz:
[EDIT: Sept 8, 2008 - We have a winner,
Szabolcs. The Pop Quiz contest is closed. Thanks for participating and enjoy the tutorial.]
What’s an education blog without a pop quiz? So here’s your question: The picture I am working on is of a church in Italy. The first education reader to post a comment with either the name of the church or the island it is on gets a FREE copy of Lightroom (ver 1 – Sorry, it’s all I have in the office right now). You must post your comment with an email that has a ".edu" extension. This way I know you are in education, and I can email you to get your shipping info. Good luck.
Hint: I don’t tell you this information in the tutorial, but I tell you where I am standing and which direction I am facing to take the picture.