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Posted in Articles on March 20, 2012

A Quick Look at Lightroom 4

Lightroom 4 (LR4), Adobe’s RAW converter and RAW image editor, was released a few weeks ago (approx. 3/1/2012).  Lightroom is the most used program on my computer so there was no question that I would upgrade to version 4.  The timing on my recent series of articles on Di ... Continue Reading

Posted in Articles on March 14, 2012

From Lightroom to Plugins, Part 25

In Part 24, I discussed my process of developing an eagle image in Lightroom3 (LR3).  (If you’re working in LR4 or LR5, the process is still the same but with a few basic adjustment differences).  Since the last Part 24 article, I have upgraded to LR4, so screen prints yo ... Continue Reading

Posted in Articles on March 6, 2012

Processing Images in Lightroom 3, Part 24

Welcome to Part 24 of my Digital Bird Photography series.  This is a direct continuation of Part 23, which shows you how I use Lightroom 3 in post-processing.  Please read part 23 before this part!   Next, I look at the histogram for this shot.  Here it is with the Tool S ... Continue Reading

Posted in Articles on March 6, 2012

Processing Images in Lightroom 3, Part 23

Continuing now from Part 22 of the series! I’ve got my 699 images taken on Feb. 3 imported onto my hard disk and into my Ridgefield NWR LR3 catalog.  (LR3 catalogs have a .lrcat extension on the catalog filename).  The next step in processing can be one of the most time c ... Continue Reading

Posted in Articles on February 25, 2012

Lightroom 3 – The Hub of My Workflow, Part 2 ...

[Edit Mar. 9, 2012: A few days ago, Lightroom 4 was released by Adobe.   While version 4 has some new adjustment tools and modules (Map & Book), the overall interface and the order in which tasks get done have not changed.  So even though there are some new options to wor ... Continue Reading