If you are having trouble getting your web gallery posted from Lightroom, watch this video from Tim Grey. He walks through the Lightroom FTP settings and provides tips on the type of information you’ll need from your internet provider.
Posting a Web Photo Gallery to Your Website
See more free videos from video2brain photography and Lightroom 4 courses.
Peachpit Press posted several free Lightroom 4 articles. Here are a few highlights.
By Dan Moughamian:
• Tips on getting the most out of the new Process Version 2012 image controls.
• Learn about new Adjustment brush controls to make corrections to specific areas of a photo.
From Martin Evening’s excellent Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Book.
• Importing photos into Lightroom 4.
Reading tip: Click the Print button on the article page to display an HTML page that contains the entire article.
Visit the Peachpit Lightroom 4 page for more book excerpts and videos.
If you upgraded to Lightroom 4 and imported some new images, you might be a bit perplexed with the Develop module’s Basic controls. Fill Light, Recovery, and the Brightness sliders are gone.
Here is an explanation in the Lightroom Journal: http://adobe.ly/wMpLrU
Julieanne Kost goes into detail in this video:
The Lightroom Queen, Victoria Bampton, provides a quick insight in how to think about these new controls:
By the way, if your question is: Where are these new controls? They are right there in the Basic panel, but you need to convert your image to Process Version 2012. Click the ! icon in the lower right of the image area. Julieanne discuss this in her video.
Lightroom 4 is shipping! Here are some videos to get you going.
In-depth look at the new Lightroom 4 features by Julieanne Kost:
The NAPP overview of Lightroom 4 new features:
Laura Shoe has a video overview of what is new.
Laura’s blog is sure to have more info coming.
Getting started with Lightroom or need a refresher?
In this series, Julieanne Kost takes you through in-depth tutorials to learn Lightroom 4.
The official Lightroom Help and Support page
Got a question? Try asking the Lightroom experts in the Lightroom forum.