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Open Lightroom Photos as Smart Objects in Photoshop
By Martin Evening
Jul 29, 2008
Martin Evening wanted to merge a couple of images, while still being able to edit their Lightroom Develop settings from Photoshop. He found the solution in the Smart Objects feature as he explains here.
Reviewing and Organizing Images in Lightroom 2
By Adobe Creative Team
Jul 29, 2008
Lightroom 2 delivers numerous tools to make finding and organizing your files intuitive and enjoyable. The Adobe Creative Team shows how you can view an impromptu slideshow, create collections, and compare images side by side, so you can make the best use of your image library as it continues to grow.
Using the Clarity Slider in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Jul 3, 2008
The Clarity slider in Lightroom 1.1 has an enthusiastic proponent in Martin Evening. Here he shows how photos can benefit from this contrast-enhancing feature.
Quick Metadata Preset Edits for Lightroom 1.1
By Martin Evening
May 30, 2008
Martin Evening likes the way that Lightroom 1.1 handles metadata presets—a great feature for storing metadata information that you apply frequently, such as copyright info, ratings, and captions.
Saving and Reading Metadata in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
May 30, 2008
Lightroom 1.1 has metadata options that clarify the whole "What happens to my changes?" issue. Martin Evening points out the relevant features and explains how to use these settings to advantage.
How to Edit Metadata and Target Photos in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
May 23, 2008
Often you'll want to edit the metadata for a bunch of images at once. But sometimes you'd like to be able to skim along through a selection and tweak the metadata for individual photos as you go. Martin Evening shows how to use a Lightroom 1.1 feature to edit metadata for individual images within a selection.
Making Sense of Metadata Settings in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
May 16, 2008
Metadata catalog settings in Lightroom can be very confusing. Martin Evening helps us wades through the murk by clarifying what some of the important settings do.
How To Back Up And Keep Your Lightroom Images Safe
By Martin Evening
May 2, 2008
Accidents happen. So do viruses. Are you prepared? Martin Evening gives a brief review of the backup options in Lightroom to help you (hopefully) prevent or at least recover from trouble.
Using Lightroom's HSL / Color / Grayscale Panel
By Martin Evening
May 1, 2008
Need to make some fine-tuned color adjustments in Lightroom? Martin Evening shows the way with tips for using the HSL / Color / Grayscale panel.
Using Lightroom’s Tone Curve Controls
By Martin Evening
Apr 11, 2008
Lightroom's Tone Curve controls provide a straightforward way to make tone curve adjustments based on descriptive criteria. They're not as restrictive as they might seem at first, as Martin Evening demonstrates.
Correcting an Underexposed Image in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Apr 8, 2008
Everyone overexposes an occasional photo. You might do it deliberately, in order to convey a certain mood, but more often than not it's an accident and you won't like the result. Martin Evening shows how to use Lightroom to fix those images on which you got a little carried away.
Smarter Image Editing in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Mar 28, 2008
Lightroom is simpler to use than Photoshop, says Martin Evening, and without compromising the quality of color processing in any way. In this article, he points out some special Lightroom features for smarter editing of digital images.
Find Photos Fast With Advanced Searches in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Mar 21, 2008
Drowning in photos? Martin Evening shows how to use Lightroom's advanced search options to find the right pictures when you need them.
Lightroom Tips & Tricks: It's All About the View
By Chris Orwig
Mar 14, 2008
Photographers look at the world from a different perspective: the eye of the camera. Try these techniques from Chris Orwig for improving, speeding up, and applying favorite views to your photos in Lightroom.
Make Images Easy to Find With Lightroom’s Quick Collections
By Martin Evening
Mar 14, 2008
Tired of losing your Lightroom selections? Martin Evening suggests saving your selection as a quick collection, which Lightroom remembers even after you close the program.
Importing Photos by Copy in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Feb 29, 2008
A number of convenient features are available in Lightroom when you import pictures by copying. Martin Evening points out the options that are particularly helpful.
Chris Orwig’s Lightroom Tips & Tricks
By Chris Orwig
Feb 22, 2008
Chris Orwig shares some techniques for speeding up your work (while simplifying the effort) in Lightroom.
Martin Evening On Getting Started with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
By Pamela Pfiffner
Dec 7, 2007
In the second half of this two-part interview, Martin Evening offers advice to users and gives a sneak peak of the second edition of his best-selling book The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Book: The Complete Guide for Photographers. In part one, Martin discusses his work and the role Lightroom plays in it.
Steps for Getting Accurate Color in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Nov 30, 2007
Fashion photographer Martin Evening shows how to calibrate and profile your display to ensure that the color you see is the color you get when working in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Working with Metadata in Lightroom
By Martin Evening
Nov 30, 2007
Lightroom can store away a lot of useful information with your images. Martin Evening discusses how to make the most of Lightroom's metadata features.

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