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Adobe Lightroom for Photographers - The Ultimate Post Processing & Editing Course for Beginners

Jellis Vaes, Artist. Entrepreneur. Adventurer.

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22 Lessons (2h 17m)
    • 1. Intro Video - The Ultimate Post Processing & Editing Course for Beginners

      2:14
    • 2. WATCH THIS FIRST - How the Course Works

      5:02
    • 3. Histogram, The Quick Develop Mode, Keywording, Keyword List

      4:40
    • 4. The Library Filter Tool and More About Metadata

      9:04
    • 5. Sync Settings, Catalog, Folders, Collections, Publishing Services

      8:33
    • 6. Learn How to Import and Export your Photos

      3:34
    • 7. Spot Removal, Graduated Filter, Radial Filter, Adjustment Brush

      9:02
    • 8. The Basic Panel, Tone Curves, the Powerful HSL Panel, and Split Toning

      8:04
    • 9. Detail, Lens Corrections, Transform, Effects, Camera Calibration

      9:00
    • 10. Presets, Snapshots, History, Collections, Copy and Paste Button

      5:29
    • 11. How to Organize Your Photos

      5:45
    • 12. How to Rate & Label Your Photos, and How to Filter Through Them

      5:23
    • 13. In-Depth Explanation of the Catalog and the Various Options

      6:13
    • 14. How to Import a Catalog to Another Computer, How to Merge two Catalogs

      7:13
    • 15. Handy Shortcuts in Lightroom

      8:46
    • 16. How to Create Panorama Photos in Lightroom

      8:50
    • 17. Field Tips to Take Better Panorama Photos

      3:56
    • 18. How to Create HDR Photos in Lightroom

      5:07
    • 19. How to Take Bracketing Photos & Field Tips to Take Better HDR Photos

      3:40
    • 20. Optimize your Catalog, Camera Raw Cache, and Graphic Processor

      8:37
    • 21. Smart Previews Explained & How to Build Them

      6:05
    • 22. How Smart Previews can Optimize the Performance Speed in Lightroom

      3:01

Project Description

It’s time to show your class mates what you’ve learned! Show us the techniques and skills you are now able to pull off.

Your assignment: post a before and after photo that you like.

If you feel like it, let us know how you went about editing your photo. This will not only greatly help your other class mates but also allow me and others to give you any thoughts and feedback.

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