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Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop: Workflow Strategies

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Overview

Discover how to leverage the highly adaptable Lightroom to speed up your photographic workflow. Learn the best practices for a modern workflow, from capture to output and sharing.

Many long-time digital photographers use a workflow that involves Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw, and Photoshop. If that describes you, you might be working too hard. In this course, discover how to modernize your photographic workflow—and save time—by swapping Bridge and Camera Raw for Lightroom Classic CC. Bryan O'Neil Hughes walks through a modern photographic workflow that incorporates Lightroom and Photoshop. He shines a spotlight on the highly-adaptable Lightroom, with which you can use your mobile device to capture high-fidelity raw files, offload your legacy camera raw files onto mobile devices, and edit both kinds of files on mobile devices. He also explains how to leverage Lightroom and Photoshop on the desktop. Plus—because the world is going mobile—he shares insights on how to fit Lightroom for mobile, Photoshop Fix, and Behance into your workflow.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • What you should know to use this course
  • Exercise files
1. Capture: It’s All About the Input
  • Capturing images
  • HDR, Panorama, DSLR raw images, and mobile phone images
  • Mobile raw capture: Lightroom
  • Field triage: ingesting raw files anywhere (phone/tablet) & culling
2. Lightroom Mobile
  • Navigating Lightroom mobile
  • Editing fast
  • Editing advanced
  • Lightroom everywhere
3. Lightroom Import and Library
  • File handling in Lightroom CC
  • Library overview, tips and tricks, and synching files
  • File handling of virtual copies and collections), HDR, and Panorama
  • Archiving, backup, and sharing
4. Lightroom Develop
  • Lightroom and Camera Raw, similar but different
  • Synching, presets, and timesaving
  • Lens correction and sharpening
5. The Role of Photoshop
  • Smart Objects and Smart Filters
  • Selections, edits, and timesaving tricks
  • Layers and masks
  • Brush-based tonal tools: Dodge, Burn, and Sponge
  • Sharpening: Globally and locally
  • Content-Aware magic
  • Warping: Puppet and Liquify
  • Resizing and rescaling
  • Video
6. Beyond the Desktop
  • Creative Cloud mobile app
  • Using Photoshop Fix for detailed edits
  • Behance
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Bryan O'Neil Hughes

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