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Vignettes and Post-Crop Vignettes in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 12, 2009
Martin Evening offers tips and advice for using the Vignettes panel and post-crop vignettes.
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Basic Adjustments and the Histogram Panel in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 11, 2009
Martin Evening explains how to make some basic adjustments, including correcting over- and under-exposed images, and Tone Curve controls and zones.
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The Graduated Filter in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Feb 11, 2009
The Graduated Filter tool lets you make adjustments to your images within Lightroom that were previously impossible. This excerpt introduces the Graduated Filter and shows you how to use specific techniques such as darkening the sky and shifting focus.
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Improving Presence in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Feb 10, 2009
Chris Orwig shows you how to use the Presence sliders -- Clarity, Vibrance, and Saturation -- that are in the Basic panel in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.
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White Balance Corrections in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 10, 2009
Martin Evening discusses white balance corrections, including how to use the White Balance tool, tint adjustments, and creative white balance adjustments.
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Collections in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 9, 2009
Martin Evening discusses Quick Collections, Collections, Collection Sets, and Smart Collections.
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Reducing Red Eye in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Feb 9, 2009
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 offers a quick and easy fix for this common problem with the Red Eye Correction tool.
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Photo Filtering and Searches in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 6, 2009
Martin Evening takes a look at how to use the Library module tools to conduct image searches to find specific photos.
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Keywording in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Feb 5, 2009
The most effective way to categorize your images is to label them with keyword information. Martin Evening explains keywording in Lightroom 2, including adding, managing, and removing keywords, keyword hierarchy, implied keywords, keyword sets, creating your own custom keyword sets, and suggested keywords.
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Creating Virtual Copies in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Feb 4, 2009
Virtual copies are a great new feature, but they do require a new way of thinking. Chris Orwig shows you how to create virtual copies in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.
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Using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 and Bridge Together
By Martin Evening
Feb 4, 2009
Martin Evening shows you how you can improve the flow between working in Bridge and working in Lightroom.
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Capture Sharpening in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Feb 3, 2009
Sharpening is tricky, as it is easy to over-sharpen photos. It is a good idea to proceed delicately and to spend adequate time learning how the sharpening tools work.
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Applying Settings to Other Images in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Jan 30, 2009
Chris Orwig shows you how you can seamlessly apply the settings (whether it’s crop, color, tone, etc.) from one image to other images in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.
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Managing Photos in the Library Module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Jan 22, 2009
Through the use of careful file naming, custom metadata, and keywords, you can make image searching equally as fast and easy as locating music on your iPod.
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Library Module Organization in Lightroom 2
By Chris Orwig
Dec 19, 2008
Learn how to organize and access your images in Lightroom, including how to use Lightroom Catalogs, Folders, Collections, Filters, Image Sorting, and Renaming.
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Lightroom Tips & Tricks: Speedy Corrections
By Chris Orwig
Dec 8, 2008
Image corrections can be very exacting, but Lightroom 2 offers a number of tools for common quick fixes such as straightening or sharpening an image. Chris Orwig gives a quick tour through features that should be part of everyone's Lightroom tool vocabulary.
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Reviewing Images in Lightroom 2
By Adobe Creative Team
Oct 20, 2008
The Lightroom Library module offers you a variety of ways to review and evaluate your images: you can sort and group thumbnails in the Grid view, examine a single photo up close in Loupe view, assess images side by side in Compare view, or hone a selection of shots in Survey view.
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Applying Basic Color Corrections in Lightroom 2
By Adobe Creative Team
Aug 1, 2008
Lightroom 2 offers some handy features that allow you to adjust image color in a variety of ways. In this exercise, the Adobe Creative Team demonstrates two of the most important color corrections for any photographer: adjusting whites and tonal ranges, and improving brightness/contrast ratios.
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How to Create a Novelty Slideshow Template in Lightroom 2
By Martin Evening
Aug 1, 2008
Photo slideshows don't have to be a yawn. Martin Evening shares a technique he devised for creating a slideshow template in Lightroom 2 with an "old-fashioned TV" look for a series of black-and-white shots. You can apply this trick in zillions of different ways to suit your own slideshows.
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Enhance Your Images with Lightroom 2's New Adjustment Brush
By Chris Orwig
Jul 29, 2008
The Adjustment Brush tool is the best new feature in Lightroom 2. Until now, Lightroom was limited to making adjustments to the entire image or to specific areas of tone or color. With this new tool, adjustments are nondestructive (they can be undone at any point), and the file size doesn't increase as you make adjustments. Chris Orwig shares some great techniques on how to use this killer new tool in your workflow.

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