Tips for Working with Lightroom
This is a short video tutorial published on my You Tube channel. It demonstrates some of the often overlooked features for working with Lightroom more efficiently. It covers the history snapshot panels in the Develop module. It also demonstrates how the integration between Lightroom and Photoshop works. This allows you to create new images from RAW files, pass and edit them in Photoshop with the resulting image being added back to your Lightroom catalogue. These are all simple features but they allow you to work much more effectively in Lightroom and could save you a lot of time.
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