Take what you know about Lightroom—whether it's a little or a lot—and kick it up a notch, with this essential training from photographer/teacher Chris Orwig. Lightroom 6 is the latest stand-alone version of the extremely popular photo-asset management, enhancement, and publishing program for Windows and Macintosh, and there are more features to cover than ever before.
Chris starts with the Library module: the hub for importing, viewing, ranking and rating your photographs. Then he'll move to the Develop module and show how to make one-click enhancements, correct exposure, retouch distractions, and perform localized adjustments. Want to push photos to their creative limit, and share them with family friends? Chris also covers creating panoramas and books, slideshows, and custom print layouts.
Why use Lightroom?
Importing photographs from your computer or camera
Viewing and comparing images in the Library
Renaming photos and folders
Rating and organizing photos
Grouping photos into collections
Adding keywords and face tags
Editing JPEG and RAW images in Photoshop
Exporting and emailing photos
Enhancing photos in the Develop module
Fixing issues with the retouching tools
Making localized corrections
Reducing noise and sharpening
Correcting lens distortion
Combining images with Photo Merge
Creating a book, web gallery, or slideshow