Been collecting these for a while.
Free (Or pay what you want) photography eBook by Tony and Chelsea Northrup.
They are celebrating 1 million subscribers to their YouTube channel by giving away their book, Stunning Digital Photography. I've only skimmed it, but it seems pretty well put together, informative, and concise. It covers a little bit of everything. Starting with photography basics and then giving overviews on some common genres of photography, from weddings, macro, landscapes, etc. Seems like it's worth taking a look.
Submitted July 20, 2018 at 09:02AM by PhotoGenerous
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This masking technique literally changed lightroom for me. Anyone else know about this?!
Submitted June 02, 2018 at 05:50AM by hopeunseen
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33 – Lightroom workflow 1
This one has been asked for many times over so I've decided to add it to this years photoclass. Now, this is my personal workflow (/u/Aeri73 ) and far from perfect or complete, it's just the way I use it and why.
Lightroom is just the software I use. Darktable is an alternative that is free, there are others. Just look for photo organizer or raw editor or cataloguing software.
Step one: importing
When a card is loaded in the computer lightroom opens the import photo dialog. This is how it's set up:
click import to start importing your photos.
This will do 2 major things:
Now you are in Lightroom and you should see your photos being imported. This can be really fast if you import from a drive, it can be slower when using a slower card for example.
When you click develop you'll see a preview on the top left, below that presets (quickly setting a collection of developmentsettings), in the middle your image and than on the right the development pannel. the pannel, all closed up
The first thing you see is the histogram, leave this open at all times. Below it are the exif data, below that some adaptions:
End of part one. Next class will be develop mode itself.
Submitted June 13, 2018 at 02:52AM by Aeri73
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How to set a 5×4 crop?
I'm new to LR, just installed it. I'm trying to get a 5×4 crop to post pictures on my IG. When I select "custom" under the aspect ratio tab nothing pops up. Is it suppose to be like that? I'm watching YouTube videos and when people select custom something pops up where they can pick their own aspect ratio
Submitted June 14, 2018 at 03:24AM by TeufeIhunden
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