THE ONE SECRET Lightroom feature EVERY photographer should be using




One of my favorite features in Adobe Lightroom is the mobile syncing function. My favorite use in addition to syncing to the mobile app is the ability to create web galleries that automatically sync to your edits. This is particularly useful in collaboration situations when working with a client. In this tutorial I will show you how to create these.

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  1. Am I the only one who seems to find the web interface slow? I was considering using this over my SmugMug account since it seemed to be a better workflow. However, I always found it to lag or not load very quickly relative to SmugMug or Google Photos (this one would be for personal shares, not work).

  2. Adobe will shortly introduce its DeepLink™ technology in Lr, allowing iPhone X users the ability to share links to their deep-pixel photos.

    Joking aside, great tip, Ted! Lightroom is so incredibly useful. I'll never stop using it.

  3. I do video work as well – This make me wonder if Premiere has a similar capability? It’d be great to use this for reviews and revisions of a video without doing a render and export for each rev. I normally throw up private YouTube links for review cycles today.

  4. Photoshop tips would be appreciated ( I know I'm not driving Photoshop very hard )

    Don't forget tips for film photographers would be nice too

    I'll start off with a film photo tip
    Shooting Ilford HP5, ISO 400, through a Red 25A, Filter Factor 3, and the camera does not have a TTL meter, how do you compensate the exposure ?

    Divide the Film Speed by the Filter Factor to get the net Film Speed

    In the example above, 400 / 3 = ~133

    It does not matter if your pushing or pulling exposure, the math is still the same. a 2 stop push yields 1600 / 3 = ~533

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