Join Theresa Jackson for an in-depth discussion in this video Action steps: Take some mobile photos, part of Learning the Lightroom Ecosystem.
- [Narrator] Now we're getting to the really fun stuff. … Your homework for this chapter … is to go shoot some pretty pictures … with the Lightroom app on your mobile phone. … Start by opening up the camera in Lightroom CC for mobile. … Then change the camera settings from AUTO to PRO … and explore what all of those settings do. … Also, make sure to change the image capture setting … to DNG so that you capture raw files. … Spend some time exploring the more options settings too. … Then capture some photos with Lightroom on your phone. … And find those images in the ecosystem … using the other Lightroom applications … or even Lightroom for web. … I love Lightroom's camera. … I capture photos with it almost every day. … I hope that you feel as inspired as I have … by Lightroom's camera controls … and the automatic upload of mobile images … to the ecosystem. … It's so awesome. … In almost no time, I'm betting that the Lightroom camera … becomes your go-to camera for photography too. … …
- 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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