oh im not an expert, im just started learning wordpress.
so is it this gallery you speak about:
and you upload directly from LR into that gallerie?
is it a LR plugin or a wordpess template or both?
will you sell it or make it...
actually im using wordpress and thought i use LR to create the galleries.
i only need a simple and clean desigs and LR templates offer that.
i have the website setup. i link from the wordpress site to the LR galleries. but now i have to look for another way to create the galleries.
i can not...
thx for the answer. i feared LR is that dumb.
but to be honest who is using this web module then?
when you have a gallery with 200 images and each time you make a small change you have to upload megabytes and megabytes of data?
im using LR for years but i never touched the web module until today.
i was able to make a decent gallery and upload it to my website hoster.
my question is... how the hell do i send only UPDATES / CHANGES?
i mean every time i change something on the layout and send the update to my website...
just got an answer for my question from jeff schewe:
that way it works... but i must say i find this very unlogical.
i thought that STRG+S will save the custom camera profile too.
i see no benefit in doing that via an extra step.
contrary.. it can lead to lost work and confusion in my...
that´s hard to say.
you can´t really judge images after a histogram as you sure know.
you can see clipping and if it´s over or underexposed (but motive matters here too).
in the end the image has to look right for you.
so what i look for first is that i don´t clip whites or blacks.
i hope it fits in this forum.... it´s more a lightroom "problem" then a problem with the colorchecker passport.
i have the colorchecker passport for some days.
i import the .CR2 raw files from memorycard as DNG copy into lightroom.
create a DNG camera profile with the...
normaly i don´t print from lightroom and i have just started to look into LR 4 softproofing.
now there is a point "proof" in the settings menu.
i wonder what that is for?
it seems not to affect softproofing.