Curtis covers some pretty cool landscape editing approaches. The tutorial clocks in at 27 minutes but is worth the watch if you have not explored the relationship of Smart Objects in Photoshop and Lightroom.
Anyone who has gone to the beach with the family understands the pressure on the photographer in the family to capture the perfect portrait on the beach.
It’s not like there aren’t enough things to worry about between hitting the lighting at the right time, to timing your shot in between random beach walkers to keeping sand out of your camera bag. On top of normal photographer thoughts, there is the challenge of working with your own kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews who don’t see you as a photographer but as dad/mom/grandpa/grandma/uncle/aunt with a dorky habit of carrying a camera. [Read more…]
Adobe has updated Lightroom mobile for iOS to version 1.3, which includes the following new features:
- The ability to edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo
- Segmented view in Collections enables users to easily find favorite images
- Presentation Mode allows users to share images with family and friends without worrying about flags, ratings and adjustments being accidentally changed
- Bug fixes for issues identified in earlier Lightroom mobile releases
You can download the update through App Store if you don’t have it already via automatic updates. If you haven’t tried Lightroom mobile yet, you can find it here on the iTunes App Store.
Adobe has been churning out steady releases of Lightroom for nearly 10 years now – since the very first beta hit in 2006. I’ve been using it since those early days and it was a fresh take on non-destructive image editing. It is a fantastic program for both developing and organizing RAW image files.
It is supported over a wide range of operating systems for both Mac and Windows computers. However, that list of supported systems is about to drop. [Read more…]
Lightroom mobile is now available for Android phones. Previously, Adobe had released Lightroom mobile for iPad and iPhone.
Now, all of you Samsung Galaxy and Note users, along with other Android devices devices that meet the minimum requirements of a Quad Core CPU with 1.7GHz ARMv7 architechture, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop OS.
Key Lightroom mobile capabilities include:
- Sync edits, metadata and collection changes to the Lightroom catalog on a Mac or Windows computer
- Automatically import images from the smartphone gallery and sync back to the Lightroom catalog on the desktop
- Edit images using familiar Lightroom tools and presets, including non-destructive processing using Smart Previews
- Quickly flag and reject photos
Of course Lightroom mobile requires a Creative Cloud subscription in order to sync your Lightroom catalog from you Mac or PC, but it is no additional cost if you are a Creative Cloud member. You can download Lightroom mobile for Android here on the Google Play Store.
In addition to Lightroom mobile, Adobe has also launched Lightroom web, which is a new way to view and share your photos from any web browser. You can find more info about Lightroom for web here on lightroom.adobe.com. If you already have a Creative Cloud account, your sync galleries are already on Lightroom web for you to see now.