The homework for this chapter is to start an edit on your phone and finish it on your computer.
- [Instructor] Now that your Lightroom catalog … is full of photos, … and you've captured some new photos with your phone, … it's time to make them look awesome. … Your homework for this chapter … is to spend some time editing. … Start with one of your favorite photos. … Look at the different profiles, … and decide if one works best for your photo, … then click the Auto edit button, and see what you get. … Pay attention to how the sliders move, … and how it affects your image. … You'll probably want to adjust the light settings slightly. … Play around with the white balance, … and see how it changes the mood of your image. … Take a photo with Lightroom on your phone, … edit the image on your phone, … then switch to Lightroom CC or Lightroom Classic, … or even Lightroom on the web, … and note how the edits made on the phone … are synced everywhere. … Remember that you'll need a Wi-Fi connection … for your phone edits to sync to the ecosystem, … unless you have turned on cellular use … for Lightroom on your device. …
- What is the Lightroom ecosystem?
- Managing image files
- Managing the ecosystem with Lightroom on the web
- Avoiding accidental deletion of your photos
- Syncing Lightroom Classic with the Lightroom ecosystem
- Benefits of the Lightroom mobile app
- Editing in Lightroom
- Sharing and publishing web galleries
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Managing Image Files
3. Sync Lightroom Classic with Lightroom CC Ecosystem
4. Lightroom Mobile Photography
5. Image Editing
6. Sharing and Publishing Web Galleries
Lightroom public sharing3m 30s
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