Lightroom: Two Minute Tips

Nicole Young, Photographer & Author

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139 Videos (5h 4m)
    • 1.01 — Introduction: What are "Two Minute Tips"?

      1:12
    • 1.02 — The Advantages of Using Lightroom

      1:57
    • 1.03 — Lightroom "Do's "Don'ts"

      2:27
    • 2.01 — Why do I need to "import" photos?

      1:41
    • 2.02 — Quick and Dirty Import Settings

      3:12
    • 2.03 — Importing Existing Files into Lightroom

      1:18
    • 2.04 — Importing from Another Computer: Step 1

      2:26
    • 2.05 — Importing from Another Computer: Step 2

      1:58
    • 2.06 — Import Presets

      1:10
    • 2.07 — Quickly Importing to Recent Destinations

      0:59
    • 2.08 — Importing "RAW + JPEG" files

      1:57
    • 2.09 — The Difference Between DNG & RAW

      2:01
    • 3.01 — Move, Sort, and Delete Folders and Files

      4:58
    • 3.02 — Customizing the Workspace

      1:46
    • 3.03 — Toggle the Visibility of Panels and Modules

      1:17
    • 3.04 — Viewing Panels in Solo Mode

      1:10
    • 3.05 — Setting the View Options

      2:03
    • 3.06 — Loupe Overlay: Layout Image

      3:11
    • 3.07 — The Toolbar

      0:45
    • 3.08 — Adding Metadata to Photos

      1:37
    • 3.09 — Creating a Metadata Preset

      2:28
    • 3.10 — Converting Raw Files to DNG

      1:27
    • 3.11 — Saving EXIF as Side-Car Files

      1:20
    • 3.12 — Organizing with Collections

      3:03
    • 3.13 — Group Similar Files with Smart Collections

      1:57
    • 3.14 — Locating a Photo’s Folder in Lightroom (or on Your Computer)

      1:16
    • 3.15 — Using Survey mode to find your best images

      1:59
    • 3.16 — The Paint Can

      2:05
    • 3.17 — Viewing Edits Made Outside of Lightroom

      2:27
    • 3.18 — Renaming Photos

      0:59
    • 3.19 — Changing a Photo’s Timestamp

      1:15
    • 3.20 — Merging HDRs

      3:18
    • 3.21 — Merging Panoramas

      2:08
    • 3.22 — Copying GPS Data to Photos

      2:18
    • 3.23 — Using Filters to Search the Catalog

      2:04
    • 3.24 — Jumping to Previous Folders & Collections

      1:15
    • 3.25 — Stacking & Auto-Stacking

      3:08
    • 3.26 — Dealing with the Exclamation Mark

      2:02
    • 3.27 — Synchronizing Folders to Find Missing Files

      2:17
    • 3.28 — Facial Recognition

      2:22
    • 3.29 — Setting Up Publish Services

      2:45
    • 3.30 — Publishing to the Hard Drive

      1:47
    • 3.31 — Publishing to Facebook

      1:55
    • 4.01 — The Develop Module Overview

      2:26
    • 4.02 — Simple 3-Step Processing

      2:46
    • 4.03 — Raw vs. JPEG in the Develop Module

      2:00
    • 4.04 — Resetting Panel Adjustments

      0:53
    • 4.05 — Basic panel: White Balance

      2:00
    • 4.06 — Basic panel: Tone

      2:41
    • 4.07 — Basic panel: Presence

      1:57
    • 4.08 — Tone Curve panel

      2:29
    • 4.09 — The HSL & Color panel

      2:45
    • 4.10 — The B&W panel

      1:39
    • 4.11 — The Split Toning panel

      1:24
    • 4.12 — The Detail panel: Sharpening

      3:22
    • 4.13 — The Detail panel: Noise Reduction

      2:47
    • 4.14 — The Lens Correction panel: Profile

      2:47
    • 4.15 — The Lens Correction panel: Manual

      2:54
    • 4.16 — The Transform panel

      1:20
    • 4.17 — The Effects panel: Vignette

      3:12
    • 4.18 — The Effects panel: Grain

      2:01
    • 4.19 — The Effects panel: Dehaze

      2:30
    • 4.20 — The Camera Calibration panel

      2:11
    • 4.21 — Creating a Custom Vignette

      2:17
    • 4.22 — Creating a Faded Matte look

      1:02
    • 4.23 — The Crop Tool Overview

      2:47
    • 4.24 — Changing the Crop Orientation

      0:34
    • 4.25 — Adjusting Tone with the Histogram

      0:58
    • 4.26 — Viewing clipped highlights and lowlights

      2:28
    • 4.27 — Previewing Before and After Images

      1:13
    • 4.28 — The History Panel

      1:41
    • 4.29 — The Snapshots Panel

      1:41
    • 4.30 — Virtual Copies

      2:20
    • 4.31 — Adding a Graduated Filter

      3:49
    • 4.32 — Adding a Radial Filter

      2:45
    • 4.33 — Using the Brush Tool for Selective Edits

      1:25
    • 4.34 — The Brush Tool’s “Auto Mask” Feature

      1:26
    • 4.35 — Reset All Develop Settings

      0:36
    • 4.36 — Fixing Color Cast

      4:17
    • 4.37 — What is “soft proofing”?

      3:10
    • 4.38 — Spot Removal: Best Practices

      2:44
    • 4.39 — Removing dust spots and specks

      1:13
    • 4.40 — Syncing and Auto-Syncing Edits Across Images

      2:39
    • 5.01 — Importing Presets

      3:46
    • 5.02 — Creating a Preset

      1:50
    • 5.03 —Updating Existing Presets

      0:44
    • 5.04 — Creating a “Favorites” Preset Folder

      1:46
    • 5.05 — Applying Develop Presets on Import

      1:28
    • 6.01 — The Print Module Overview

      3:01
    • 6.02 — Using Collections in the Print Module

      0:56
    • 6.03 — Setting the Proper Page Size

      1:49
    • 6.04 — Picture Packages

      1:09
    • 6.05 — Custom Print packages

      1:41
    • 6.06 — Making a Custom Collage

      3:02
    • 6.07 — Saving User Templates

      0:48
    • 6.08 — Adding Text or Logos

      2:53
    • 6.09 — Saving a JPEG from the Print Module

      2:49
    • 6.10 — Color Management: Profile, Intent, and Print Adjustment

      4:02
    • 6.11 — Creating a saved print

      2:08
    • 7.01 — The Book Module Overview

      2:51
    • 7.02 — Book settings

      3:43
    • 7.03 — Auto Layout

      2:23
    • 7.04 — Add, Move, and Remove Pages

      1:33
    • 7.05 — Changing the Page Layout

      2:09
    • 7.06 — Working with Photos

      2:59
    • 7.07 — Adding Text and Image Captions

      2:05
    • 7.08 — Stylizing Type and Creating Style Presets

      1:18
    • 7.09 — Applying Type Presets to All Pages

      2:21
    • 7.10 — Adding Page Numbers

      2:08
    • 7.11 — Changing the Background Design

      2:03
    • 7.12 — Creating a Saved Book Project

      1:28
    • 8.01 — Open Any Catalog When Launching Lightroom

      1:22
    • 8.02 — Clearing the Preferences File

      1:44
    • 8.03 — Increase the Cache Size to Improve Speed

      2:34
    • 8.04 — Backing Up Your Catalog

      3:26
    • 8.05 — Rendering Previews

      3:48
    • 8.06 — Smart previews

      3:52
    • 8.07 — The Quick Develop Panel

      1:35
    • 8.08 — Using Quick Develop to Batch Process

      0:55
    • 8.09 — Editing Videos

      3:27
    • 8.10 — Creating a Custom Identity Plate

      3:40
    • 8.11 — Editing (and Re-editing) in Photoshop

      4:59
    • 8.12 — Open as a Smart Object in Photoshop

      1:57
    • 8.13 — Integrating Lightroom with Plugins

      2:09
    • 8.14 — Manually Adding GPS to Images

      1:11
    • 8.15 — Creating Saved GPS Locations

      1:34
    • 8.16 — Adding Location Data From a GPS Log

      4:15
    • 8.17 — Syncing with Lightroom Mobile

      3:27
    • 8.18 — Setting the Lightroom Mobile Settings

      1:05
    • 8.19 — Sharing Synced Collections

      1:21
    • 9.01 — Exporting: Location and Filename

      2:57
    • 9.02 — Exporting: Videos

      2:09
    • 9.03 — Exporting: File Settings

      2:56
    • 9.04 — Exporting: Image Sizing

      1:59
    • 9.05 — Exporting: Sharpening and Metadata

      1:23
    • 9.06 — Exporting: Keywords

      2:12
    • 9.07 — Exporting: Watermarking and Post Processing

      3:48
    • 9.08 — Creating an Export Preset

      2:14
    • 9.09 — Quickly Export with Presets or Previous Settings

      0:58

About This Class

Enjoy this class FREE for a limited time!

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This knowledge-rich video training course features bite-sized tutorials, along with the very best tips and tricks inside of Adobe® Lightroom® Classic CC. Each lesson is 1-4 minutes in length and focuses on one key feature in Lightroom. These videos save you time by getting to the point and teaching you only what you need to know, without excessive talk or ramblings.

Whether you are brand-new to Lightroom, or have been using it for some time, this course will help you learn even more and take your understanding of Lightroom, organization, and processing skills to a whole new level.

COURSE CHAPTERS:

  1. Introduction
  2. Importing
  3. The Library Module
  4. The Develop Module
  5. Develop Presets
  6. The Print Module
  7. The Book Module
  8. Mobile, Maps, and More
  9. Exporting

Includes a 37-page PDF guide to help guide you through the course. Please go to the Your Projects section to download this file.

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This course was created using Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® CC (version 2015.6). However the majority of the course will also apply to Lightroom versions 5 and 6, as well as the most current version of Lightroom Classic CC.

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Nicole Young

Photographer & Author

Hey everyone! Thanks for checking out my profile. My name is Nicole and I'm a professional photographer, a US Navy veteran, and I have found a way to turn my love of photography and teaching into an online business. I'm best known for my books on food photography, but also enjoy photographing a variety of subjects, including landscape, travel, lifestyle, and even underwater photography.

I have a bunch of books over on Amazon, as well as my online store, and create presets and o...

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