Our good friend George Jardine has recently released a series of video tutorials for Lightroom 5. In total there are 23 tutorials which focus on the Develop module and Digital Processing.
In this series George covers the Lightroom raw processing controls from top to bottom. He say’s “No need to purchase a so-called “Advanced Series”…. it’s all here”. Starting from the ground up, George will guide you through a complete understanding of each and every control.
You can watch this online series anytime, day or night, and you will find thousands of tips and techniques that help you master the processing of your digital photos. The complete online series is only $29.95. For more details, have a look over a George’s Blog.
George Jardine has released a new series of video tutorials for Adobe Lightroom 4. This series is a complete rewrite of George’s original Lightroom 3 Library tutorials.
The tutorials are a ground up guide for any serious photographer—professional or passionate amateur. As you progress through the tutorials George will take you deeper into nearly every Lightroom Library feature, gently leading you to a solid and complete understanding of the entire professional workflow.
The new video titles and timing are as follows:
- The Library Structure Overview – 14:45
- The Lightroom Catalog Overview – 7:43
- The Lightroom User Interface – 21:32
- The Pro Workflow Overview – 37:02
- The Lightroom Import Dialog – 17:31
- The Library Module – Part 1 – 27:51
- The Library Module – Part 2 – 42:21
- The Keywording Panels – 19:31
- The Metadata Panel – 27:52
- File Renaming – 22:06
- Editing Methods in Lightroom 4 – 34:19
- The Lightroom Filter Bar – 14:36
- Collections & Virtual Copies – 24:38
- The Export Dialog & Publish Services – 35:46
- The Lightroom to Photoshop Workflow – 17:09
- Photo Library Backup Strategies – 22:00
The complete series is available form George’s Mulita.com website and at $24.99 is great value.
During a recent conversation with a friend regarding tutorials for Adobe Lightroom it became apparent that he was oblivious to much of the online material provided by Adobe. In particular, the existence of Adobe TV and the recently introduced PHOTOSHOP.COM community support forums. This is unfortunate as the material is quite extensive and regularly updated. With many products the material is accessible from a link within the application Help menu (e.g. Lightroom Online… and Photoshop Online…), which, you would think, should make them relatively easy to access. Sadly, it seems that this may not actually be the case.
Adobe TV is a particularly useful resource as it provides a comprehensive range of high quality video tutorials on Adobe’s range of products.
Adobe TV – Julianne Kost and The Complete Picture Channel
The following is a short list of the various online learning resources available on Adobe.com. Hopefully, you’ll find them useful.
Hot on the heels of his recent series of video tutorials on Adobe Camera Raw, George Jardine has released a completely free tutorial in which he discusses Black and White conversion. The video tutorial runs for around 37 minutes and contains lots of useful tips and examples of the various methods of converting a colour image to black and white in Photoshop, Camera Raw and Lightroom. More details on how to obtain the tutorial can be found on George’s website.
Band White Conversions