Articles & News Tagged “Lightroom Coffee Break”
Lightroom Coffee Break: Slider Sensitivity
Adobe’s Benjamin Warde offers a short video tutorial of a technique that allows for fine control of Lightroom’s sliders in his Lightroom Coffee Break. Clicking and dragging in the text field on the slider will give much finer control. He highlights using this with the temperature slider, particularly relevant for color correcting underwater imagery.
Lightroom Coffee Break: View photos faster with 1:1 preview
In this week’s episode of Adobe’s Lightroom Coffee Break, Benjamin Ward discuses one way of dealing with the sometimes slow loading of images in Lightroom’s Loupe view. By forcing the app to create 1:1 previews on import, this speeds up any rendering required in the Library module. It is important to note that if you open the images in the edit module, they will need to render again.
Lightroom Coffee Break: Customize Before/After View
Benjamin Ward in this week’s Lightroom Coffee Break shows how the Before/After view can be customized. By right clicking on the entries within the History menu, there is an option to “Copy History Step settings to Before.” Clicking the backslash key (/) will then cycle between the current view and the history step selected.
Lightroom Coffee Break: Crop Guide Overlays
Adobe offers Keywording Tutorials
Adobe’s Lightroom Coffee Break’s latest episode is entitled “Using Keyword Sets.” In it, Adobe’s Benjamin Warde explains why Keyword Sets are limited to 9 keywords. In doing so, he reveals a tip that may well make key wording faster. In addition, Julieanne Kost offers more suggestion for speeding up keywording workflow.