Lightroom Tutorial – Workflow Made Easy

March 2nd, 2013
by doinlight

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  • Chuck Malefyt says:

    I’m one of those who relies on LR just about all the time for processing an image Ralph. My images come out pretty good but your technique is a little different from what I do. I am going to try your steps next time. But now I am wondering what I’m missing by not finishing my processing in PS. Have you or will you cover that in another tutorial?

    Thanks for this tutorial Ralph…I found it very informative.


    • doinlight says:

      A blog post on PS, especially comparing the respective strengths of LR and PS, is a great idea. I’ll work on that. Thanks for the tip.


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  • Ralph, thanks so much for sharing the step-by-step process of making a picture come alive. I don’t have Lightroom, but many of the adjustments that you demonstrate can be done in Adobe Camera Raw and also with Nik Color Efex Pro. Your article provides a great foundation for the sequence and destination of the adjustments, and more importantly, the rationale for them. Thanks so much.

    • doinlight says:

      Thanks you Charlie. I’m happy that these ideas are working out well for you. And I should have mentioned it int he article but ‘Yes indeed,’ these would work with Adobe Camera Raw. It shares the same engine as Lightroom.

      Wishing you good shooting in beautiful light.

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