Organize your Photos with Lightroom (Complete Guide)

Oliver Villar, Founder and Instructor at blendtuts.com

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31 Lessons (3h 9m)
    • 1. Intro to LightRoom

      9:22
    • 2. Importing Catalogs

      5:52
    • 3. Navigation and Selections

      5:16
    • 4. View Options

      3:42
    • 5. Multiselect

      2:43
    • 6. Labels

      8:12
    • 7. Quick Develop

      4:00
    • 8. Keywords and Metadata

      12:48
    • 9. Painting Settings

      3:13
    • 10. Collections

      6:59
    • 11. Filters

      7:37
    • 12. Basic Develop

      4:32
    • 13. Presets

      2:47
    • 14. Sync

      5:19
    • 15. Snapshots

      1:51
    • 16. History

      1:52
    • 17. Compare

      5:19
    • 18. Tone Curves

      7:54
    • 19. HSL, Color, and BW

      8:01
    • 20. Split Toning

      2:44
    • 21. Detail

      8:48
    • 22. Lens Correction

      11:11
    • 23. Post Effects

      5:17
    • 24. Camera Calibration

      4:09
    • 25. Crop Straighten

      5:20
    • 26. Spot Removal

      5:51
    • 27. Red Eye Correction

      2:30
    • 28. Graduated Radial Filters

      4:41
    • 29. Brush Filters

      7:24
    • 30. Export

      10:42
    • 31. Adding GPS Coordinates and Others

      12:36

About This Class

In this class, you'll learn the most important tools and workflows to use Lightroom*, the photo library and retouching suite from Adobe. Organize your photos, label them, color tag them... everything you need to keep your library tidy and clean so you can find whatever you need when you need it, quick and easy. Not only that, Lightroom offers a series of tools for color correction, effects, red-eye and spot removal, cropping... One of the most useful things you can do with Lightroom is extending the corrections on one photo to all of the selected photos via Syncing: this is a game changer - color correct one photo, and with a couple of clicks, same changes will be applied to the whole set.

*The videos were recorded some time ago and LightRoom has been updated, so if you're using the current version, you may find some slight differences between what you see and the videos.