If you shoot JPEGs *and* you are not going to mess around extensively with the files in Photoshop, shoot using sRGB and send them directly to print in the lab.
On the other hand, if you are going to do heavy work in Photoshop, use Adobe RGB and them, after finishing your...
Well, LR works in 16 bit, which means "' to 255" is not enough; on the other hand, 65 plus thousand numbers would be a tragedy to make any sense; which leads us to the percentage presented...
I hope it helps!
I have been told that some people are having this weird behavior; when using the localized adjustments, the zoom icon (or the hand icon, mixed reports) freezes on the screen, and one can't continue to paint with the tool.
Perhaps this is what I Simonius is seeing?
Hello, welcome to the forum!
I usually share the same Smart Collections among my Catalogs; it is just a matter of right_clicking the Smart Collection you want to sync and exporting it ( choose "Export Smart Collection Settings...") to a known folder ( I use the Desktop).
After exporting all your...
Ash, welcome to this forum.
I usually shoot tethered, both Nikon and Canon; what if you change the sort order view to *not* show the last imported picture? Usually works.
If the "jump" persists, what about showing the editing pictures on a *secondary* monitor to your clients? LR 2.' can use 2...
21 Mpx *and* movies!
Besides, start your long journey into your deep pockets by buying memory (RAM, HDs, Externals) and storage (CFs, lots of them).
You are going to need them...
I will keep shooting the girls with the *excelent* results I've been getting from my...
Well, Geoff, in fact yes.
I have opened the Portrait as a base profile in the Editor, and lowered the red saturation, as well as the magenta.
Besides the contrast (some people really like high contrast skin), the profile looks much better (for my taste).
By the way, have you seen my new...
Well, that has been my choice also.
I didn't like Portrait for my Canon 5D (too red, as it has been said), so I kept using Neutral for the 5D and now for the Nikon D7'' also.
Then, I tweak it!
Easy, Woodyard; just move your files/folders to the new external drive from inside Lightroom and it will keep track.
If you move them at system level, right-click on the folder (inside the panel Folders in Lightroom) and point the new direction.
In fact you don't have less options, you have *the same* options. Go to Preferences>External Editing and fill all the parameters you need for the RAWs.
You can configure CS3 as your secondary editor and save many different presets for your editing in Photoshop.
No, usually the last word brings the whole hierarchy along, if you keep and export the hierarchy with the images.
Yes, they are. And yes, you can create nested sets to handle your complex collections.
Yup! Like, I use some SC to keep track of my File Types without filtering. BTW, SCs are a...
Dave, welcome to this forum!
Lightroom has the possibility of importing any file that comes inside a watched folder automatically. You have to turn auto-import on and you have to point to this watched folder, and it works.
Well, I Simonius,
The filters in the Library will sort by file type.
Select All Photographs, filter by each of the file formats and bunch the images into 5 collections: Raw, DNG, PSD, TIFF and JPEG .
Once the images are in their right collections, select and move the files to their "real"...
Thanks for your nice work!
It is still doing the same with my Canon 5D; it works, but not on a burst mode (which in the end turns out to be slower than the EOS Utility/Watched Folder solution).
It is perfect for product advertising work, but not for fashion...