Here is a link to a post on Adobe.com that shows some of the enhancements and edits that I made in Lightroom and Photoshop while post processing my images from Antarctica. Enjoy!
When capturing photographs using the Lightroom CC mobile capture app, the photographs are stored in a the Lightroom app until they have time to be uploaded to the cloud. After the photographs are uploaded, launching Lightroom CC on the desktop, will automatically start the images downloading to a default location on your local machine. You can change the default location by selecting Preferences > Lightroom Mobile. In the Location area, click Choose… and navigate to your preferred location. Note: you can also have Lightroom automatically create subfolders based on capture date.
You must be a member of either the Creative Cloud for Photography or Creative Cloud member to access syncing services.
Discover how to emulate an image transfer effect in this free video (Using Blend Modes to Emulate an Image Transfer Effect), from Photoshop CC Essential Training on Lynda.com. (This video was free before and I didn’t include it in my training series).
This video covers 5 common questions about Lightroom Mobile including:
1) How to download photos to enable offline editing (working with files without an Internet connection)
2) How to limit syncing to WiFi (to avoid using your data plan)
3) Can Smart Collections be synced (short answer – no)
4) Can collections from multiple catalogs be synced simultaneously (short answer – no)
5) And deleting from collections vs “All Photos”
When deleting photos from a synced collection, Lightroom displays the following warning dialog:
If you want to remove the photo(s) from the collection, yet still have them accessible via the All Synced Photographs view on your mobile devices, choose “Yes”. If you want Lightroom to remove the photo(s) from the collection as well as from All Synced Photograph, click “No”.
To set Lightroom’s default behavior (and skip this dialog), check the “Don’t show again” checkbox, and select your option. From then on, Lightroom will do whatever you elected to do this time. For example, if you click “No” with the “don’t show again” checkbox checked, then it will do “No” in the future, without asking you.
Note: you can always reset this warning in Lightroom’s Preferences > General > Prompts: Reset all warning dialogs.
Discover how to create a transparent watermark in this free video (Creating a Transparent Watermark in Photoshop CC 2017), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com.
Discover how to add motion blur to images in this free video (Creative Blurring Along a Path in Photoshop CC 2017), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com.
Discover how to create a Tilt Shift effect using Blur Gallery in this free video (Creating a Tilt-Shift Effect in Photoshop), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com.
Discover how easy it is to emulate traditional photographic techniques in this free video (Photographic Toning Techniques in Photoshop CC 2017), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com.