In this video tutorial (Publish a Slideshow in Lightroom 5), Julieanne will demonstrate how to create, render and publish a slideshow with audio, video and stills in order to tell the perfect story.
Posts tagged "Identity Plate"
I have had several questions lately regrading Identity Plates so I thought I should repost this video tutorial on how to create an Identity Plate to personalize your own copy of Lightroom as well as brand your images when outputting them to slideshow, print and web. Creating Your Own Identity Plates in Lightroom.
In this Episode of The Complete Picture (Quick Tips for the Lightroom Print Module), I will focus on little known features and helpful hints for making the most out of the Lightroom Print Module. Learn how to create a template for posting images to your blog using the print to JPEG option, apply custom edge effects and backgrounds using Identity Plates, screen back images using the Tone Curve, and more!
I have created a video explaining the pros and cons of using single versus multiple catalogs that you can watch here. With that in mind, I know that there will be some photographers who’s workflow require using multiple catalogs. However, there are a few items that need to be set up every time you select File > New Catalog (such as Identity Plates and Collections). To avoid this repetitive step, I would suggest that you create a “template” catalog. In the template you could set up your Identity plate and Collections. Then simply duplicate the catalog for your new client and go right to work.
Note: To create a new catalog select File > New Catalog, choose where to save it and give it a name. Set up your identity plate (for a video about Creating Your Own Identity plate click here). You will need to import one photo into the catalog (any photo) to set up your Collection Sets and Collections.
In this episode, I will demonstrate how to create and save your own personalized text and graphic presets to be used as Identity plates to brand your photographs when outputting them to slideshow, print and web. Click here to watch the video…