In this video (Hidden Gems in Lightroom CC), you’ll discover how to access Recently Used Keywords as well as Saved Keyword Sets using the Painter tool in Lightroom CC. Note, the link above should take you directly to the keywording portion of the demo (1:50 – 2:55).
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To use the Painter tool to add images to a collection in Lightroom, in the Library module, right-click on a regular collection (not a smart collection) and choose Set as Target Collection. Then, select the painter tool and choose Target Collection from the list of Paint options. While the painter tool is selected, clicking on an image in the grid to add it to the collection. You can also click – drag across multiple images to add them to the target collection.
The video below demonstrates how to set a target collection when creating collection, tapping the “B” key to add an image to the targeted collection as well as using the Painter tool to add images to a collection (2:15):
The Quick Develop panel is an excellent way to make relative changes to large numbers of images. For example, lets assume that yesterday you retouched a series of images in the Develop module – making slight changes to each image’s exposure. Today however, you are finding that they are all about +1/3 of a stop too dark (perhaps you were tired when editing or had too much coffee or whatever). If you were to add +1/3 of a stop to one of the images in the Develop Module (that perhaps you had already increased by 1/2 stop ( or +.5) yesterday) the Exposure slider would read +.83 (.5 + .33 = .83). Using the Sync command in the Develop Module to apply that change to other selected images, will NOT add +1/3 (.33) of a stop to each already manipulated image – instead it will change all of the other image’s exposure value to the same exposure value of the image being “Synced” from (+.83). If on the other hand, you have that same series of images with individually corrected exposure values, and in Quick Develop you clicked on the single arrow next to exposure (to add 1/3 of a stop), Lightroom would add +.33 to all images. Secret power!
And here is a video demonstrating this.
If you choose to build “Standard” previews (under the File Handling panel options) when importing files into Lightroom CC, the size of the preview will automatically adjust to the resolution of your monitor. To designate a specific preview size, select Catalog Settings > File Handling and in the Preview Cache area, select a specific size from the drop down menu. This can be helpful if you know that you are importing files while connected to a lower/higher resolution monitor than you will be editing them on.
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 to add texture to a photo in this free video from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography on Lynda.com. https://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-tutorials/Adding-texture-photo/518166/557005-4.html
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.
Discover how Create Artboards in this free video (Creating Artboards in Photoshop CC 2017), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Design on Lynda.com.
Discover how easy it is to work with Adobe Stock content in this free video (Working with Adobe Stock in Photoshop CC 2017), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Design on Lynda.com.
Discover how to work with the Type tool to create headline type in this free video (Exploring Headline Type), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Design on Lynda.com.
Discover how replace the contents of a Smart Object in this free video (Replacing the Contents of a Smart Object), from Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Design on Lynda.com.
I’ve created a Getting Started Series for Lightroom mobile that covers everything from capture to sharing, and everything in between. Click any of the links below to view the movies. (I will be adding links to the remaining videos as they upload post to YouTube – thank you for your patience!)
In this video we’ll cover the difference between the free and paid versions of Lightroom mobile on iOS as well as walk through the basic workflow of adding photos from your camera, making edits, and sharing images.
In this video we’ll cover several ways to view images in Lightroom mobile including flat vs segmented, grid and loupe views, and overlays.
In this video we’ll discuss the advantages of creating collections to organize your photographs in Lightroom mobile.
In this video we’ll cover how to add a selection of photos from the camera roll as well as how to enable Auto Import photos to a specific collection.
In this video we’ll walk through Lightroom’s Capture Settings including DNG and “Pro mode”, providing control over shutter speed, ISO, and focus .
In this video we’ll cover all of the cropping and straightening options in Lightroom mobile.
In this video we’ll discover how to quickly apply creative and practical presets in Lightroom mobile.
In this video we’ll discover how to tone and enhance photos using exposure, highlights, shadows, contrast, blacks, whites, and curves.
In this video we’ll discover how to set white balance, make local and global color adjustments using hue, saturation, vibrance, as well as convert photos to black and white.
In this video we’ll cover adding Clarity, Dehaze, and vignette effects to photos as well as how to enable lens corrections.
In this video we’ll cover making selective adjustments in Lightroom mobile using the Graduated and Radial filters.
In this video we’ll discover how easy it is to apply the same enhancements (or a subset of enhancements) across multiple images.
In this video we’ll discover how to add titles, captions, and copyright information as well as rate, flag, and filter photos in Lightroom mobile.
In this video we’ll see how easy it is to share individual photos as well as publish collections using Lightroom mobile.
In this video we’ll cover how Lightroom mobile syncs with Lightroom on the desktop, where to find your files, collections, and sync settings.
I wanted to share with you my “Advanced Photoshop CC Tips for Photography and Compositing” presentation from earlier this month at Adobe MAX. Enjoy!
I have updated and refined several of my videos in the Photoshop CC Essential training course on Lynda.com to include the recently announced new features and product enhancements. Even if you’re not a Lynda.com member, you can watch a number of the videos for free! Navigate to this page (Photoshop CC (2015) Essential Training with Julieanne Kost), click on the Table of contents tab and click the play icon to watch any of the unlocked Photoshop videos including:
• Customizing the keyboard shortcuts
• How large can I print my image?
• Making the canvas bigger using the Canvas Size command
• Using the Perspective Crop Tool
• Using Vanishing Point to paste in perspective
• Blending two images together using Layer Masks
• Selecting soft edge objects using Refine Edge
• Using blend modes to emulate an image transfer effect
• Straightening images using the Adaptive Wide Angle filter
• Creating a soft, diffuse glow with grain
• Adding flames to a photograph
• Clipping an image inside type
• Adding a keyline around an image
• Creating a time-lapse video
Or, navigate to the Camera Raw Essential Training page to watch any of the unlocked videos for that course:
• Bridge and Camera Raw or Lightroom: Which should you use?
• Correcting a tilted horizon
• Bringing it all together to make an image shine
• Customizing color using HSL
• Recreating traditional color toning effects
• Merging multiple images to create a panorama
To watch the full course (and thousands of other videos on a variety of different topics), sign up for a paid membership. What a great way to celebrate the 4th of July! : )
You can check out all of my Lynda.com courses here including:
• Bridge CC Essential Training
• Introduction to Compositing
• The Art of Photoshop Compositing
And did you know that you can watch these videos off-line by using the Lynda.com desktop or mobile app?
In addition, all of the Lightroom and Photoshop videos that I create for Adobe are free and can be accessed using the two links below.