For whatever reason, I thought that if you merged two Lightroom catalogs you would lose the History states from the images that you had made adjustments to in the Develop module. But it turns out that you don’t! So, when I work on location with a location catalog and make change to my images in the Develop module, when I return home to my master catalog and choose to “Import from Another Catalog”, all of the History states from the Develop module are available. I have a feeling that this is not a new feature, just one that I didn’t know about.
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In this video Tutorial (Adding Special Effects in Lightroom 5), Julieanne explores the best way to convert images to black and white, as well as add tonal overlays, edge effects, selective coloring and film grain textures. Then, you’ll learn how to apply those effects to multiple files using Sync options and Presets.
In this video tutorial (Create Stunning Images), Julieanne demonstrates how to create the highest quality photographs by removing lens distortion, cropping, correcting perspective, and making color and tonal corrections in Lightroom’s Develop module.
Global Adjustments, Clarity, Temperature and Tint, The Basic Panel, White Balance, Histogram, History, Vibrance, Saturation, Lens Correction, Perspective Correction, Upright, HSL, Cropping
In this episode, I will demonstrate how to streamline Lightroom 3’s Develop module by taking advantage of my top 10 favorite shortcuts & time-saving features in order to eliminate many of the repetitive image adjustment tasks when editing large volumes of images. Check it out here…
In order to keep a record of commands applied to a file in Photoshop, select Preferences > General and turn on the History Log. You can choose to save the logged items to the metadata (inside of the file), to an external file or to both as well as select a level of detail to record:
• Sessions will only record a minimal amount of information such as when files are opened, saved and closed.
• Concise will record the name of the command (such as Levels or Curves).
• Detailed will record the name of the command and the settings applied (such as Levels, Input: 0, 197, Gamma: 1.48 etc.)