The Photographer’s Workflow

Adobe Lightroom 5 and Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video
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  • Lectures 20
  • Contents Video: 2 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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Published 11/2013 English

Course Description

The Photographer’s Workflow: Adobe Lightroom 5 and Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video

As part of its Creative Cloud subscription offering, Adobe has introduced the Photoshop Photography Program. Designed exclusively for photographers, it provides easy and affordable access to both Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5. This video training program, presented by award-winning photographer and experienced instructor Mikkel Aaland, is for photographers who now have access to both of these powerful, industry-standard photography tools.

Specifically geared to photographers who have a solid grounding in Photoshop Lightroom, but who would now also like to take advantage of the powerful features in Photoshop, this course includes 2 hours of high-definition video tutorials, complete with lesson files, assessment quizzes, and a printed reference guide. In addition to describing the most common workflow tasks between Lightroom and Photoshop, Mikkel will dive into the most common image-editing tasks in Photoshop CC such as photo retouching, creating panoramas, enhancing slideshows, and more.

What are the requirements?

  • Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Take advantage of the powerful features in Photoshop and Lightroom
  • Photo retouching
  • Slideshows
  • Image Editing
  • Panoramas

What is the target audience?

  • Professional Photographers
  • Amateur Photographers

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Round-tripping between Lightroom and Photoshop
01:15

Download the lesson files used in the course here.

02:03
This LBV title starts with the premise that you are comfortable working in Lightroom, but want to take advantage of the power Photoshop offers. You will learn when it is appropriate to leave the Lightroom environment for Photoshop. You will learn the best workflow practices for moving between the two applications. You will learn how to use simple Photoshop techniques to jazz up Lightroom’s slideshow and book modules, how to add type and sound to a video clip, how to take retouching and image processing to a new whole level, how to create stunning panoramas and high dynamic range images, and much more.
08:05
Once you choose one or several images to import to Photoshop, you can move to Photoshop quickly using the Edit In Photoshop command. Learn how to set your preferences for the best results.
04:14
If you want a greater amount of control over how your images open in Photoshop, Lightroom's Export Presets allow you to specify image size, color space, xxx, and more. This video explores the many options available to you.
02:12
When you return an edited image from Lightroom to Photoshop, you need to choose which version of the image you want to work with. This video will explain each of the choices.
Section 2: Multiple-Image Effects
06:46
Photoshop's Panorama Stitching tools are an easy way to get impressive seamless panoramic landscapes. This video shows the entire process, from how to import the raw images, to the finishing touches that make the panorama truly stunning.
05:49
It's easy to get a still from a video, but what about the reverse? Photoshop makes it easy to stack sequential stills into a video or animated GIF.
11:51
You have two side-by-side images that together would make a perfect whole? Fixing the flaws in Photoshop is quick and easy with the Image Align feature and Content-aware Fill. This video shows you the trick.
03:46
The Book module in Lightroom allows you to add straightforward horizontal text as a title, but if you want to title to be vertical, curved, or otherwise customized, this video will tell you how to accomplish it using the Type features in Photoshop.
Section 3: Add Dynamic Type to Lightroom
08:18
The Book module in Lightroom allows you to add straightforward horizontal text as a title, but if you want to title to be vertical, curved, or otherwise customized, this video will tell you how to accomplish it using the Type features in Photoshop.
05:36
Filling text outlines with an image creates a great impression. It can add polish and power to text on your book cover, slide show, or print. This video shows how quickly Photoshop can help you get this look.
04:43
There are times that it's useful, or simply fun, to add a graphic to an image, for example, a label or a speech bubble, You can't do this in Lightroom, but it's easy in Photoshop.
Section 4: Create High Dynamic Range Images
06:03
Even if you dont have multiple images to combine, you can still use Photoshop features to combine the strongest shadows and highlights in a faux-HDR process that will enhance your image. This video shows all.
05:30
Even if you dont have multiple images to combine, you can still use Photoshop features to combine the strongest shadows and highlights in a faux-HDR process that will enhance your image. This video shows all.
Section 5: Photo Retouching in Photoshop
07:51
Is the portrait perfect except for the subject's serious expression? Learn how to tweak it with the Liquify filter in Photoshop for an easy change in mood.
04:58
It’s great when you can do all the edits you need in Lightroom, but when it comes to retouching, Photoshop offers more options and control. This video covers how to use Photoshop’s Patch Tool to get rid of distracting shadows under eyes.
05:12
Although Lightroom works well for smoothing skin and covering blemishes, sometimes you want your subject to look as flawless and radiant as in a Hollywood glamor shot. This video shows how easy it is to give your portrait that extra polish in Photoshop.
Section 6: Compensate for Your Camera
05:45
The Camera Shake Filter, new in Photoshop CC, is an essential feature for action photography and long exposures. This video shows how to make the most of it.
06:35
You've cropped down to a small detail of an image, and now you need to enlarge it, but you don't have enough pixels. Photoshop's newly enhanced Upsampling tools will amaze you with their power and flexibility. Learn the secrets in this video.
05:30
You can add a simple stroke to outline your images in Lightroom, but if you want to add a visual frame or a more "edgy" effect, Photoshop offers many simple options. including the ability to fill in image data to extend the edges of your image--great for turning a portrait orientation into landscape!

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Peachpit Press, Books, eBooks and Videos for Creative People

 Peachpit.com produces top-notch videos, books and ebooks on the latest in graphic design, Web design and development, digital photography, multimedia, video, and general computing. Our award-winning products are authored by the creative industry's top professionals and feature step-by-step explanations, timesaving techniques, savvy insider tips, and expert advice. Peachpit is the home of Peachpit Press, Adobe Press, Apple Certified and New Riders and is the publishing partner for The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), and others.

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