Lightroom Tutorials by Laura Shoe

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Lightroom Tutorials by Laura Shoe

Postby Hatter » Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:47 pm

What's new in Lightroom 5.5 and Lightroom Mobile


Working with History and Before & After



Lots more here:
https://www.youtube.com/user/LauraShoe1/videos
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Re: Lightroom Tutorials by Laura Shoe

Postby Reiner » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:08 pm

Can't get my head around Lightroom, too involved with PS.
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Re: Lightroom Tutorials by Laura Shoe

Postby Fogey » Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:16 am

I know what you mean Pete.

The biggest concept that I couldn't get my head around was how Lightroom deals with imported photos. Once I realised the photos were merely catalogues, leaving the originals still on the hard drive in their original state, I could move on. I still might have this wrong as there is so much to this powerful piece of software, so until somebody tells me different I'll carry on.

As for being involved with Photoshop, Lightroom is in the same Adobe Suite as Photoshop and are able to 'talk' to each other,in much the same way as Excel, Access, Word and Powerpoint are in the same suite called Microsoft office. Once you learn how all the packages integrate with each other, then the world becomes your oyster.
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Re: Lightroom Tutorials by Laura Shoe

Postby Hatter » Tue Jul 15, 2014 12:04 am

Fogey wrote:The biggest concept that I couldn't get my head around was how Lightroom deals with imported photos. Once I realised the photos were merely catalogues, leaving the originals still on the hard drive in their original state, I could move on. I still might have this wrong as there is so much to this powerful piece of software, so until somebody tells me different I'll carry on.


That's correct, Jeff.
Aperture stores all the photos in its database, but Lightroom just references them in their existing location.
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