Access Edited Photos In Lightroom
the modern workflow isn't just about the desktop, its not about living on an island. It's about being able to work beyond that. Now, as we do that, I just want to speak really quickly to the hat that I'm wearing here, sort of creative cloud photography plan. That's light room Photoshopped mobile, APS, Web storage, weather access and portfolio, which is our ability to create a quick and easy website. I don't have a vested interest beyond you guys having a good experience. I want to show you what the workflow looks like moving files into a mobile device before I show them on a mobile device. And so for this I'm gonna use the IPad and a lot of people don't realize. Although those of you who attended the last class do that, we can do about 90% of what we didn't light room right over here. But the place I want to start is where I think people who care about black and white, they care about quality, and that means being able to move off of the camera they're using today. For that, I'm gonna ...
use the camera connection kit on this case. It's the SD card reader. If I really use the USB connection kit, I could hook it up to my Canon Nikon or anything else. This just came out of the like a Q. It's an SD card. It's gonna launch Apple photos to choose one of those and I'm going to import it. Gonna import the selected file, gonna go ahead and keep those other images there. And then at this point, what we'll do is we will switch thing. I'll see my screen. No, this is somewhat familiar. Based on before, we will tie it all together and in late room here we are with our black and white images. All Justus, we left them. And what we're gonna do is we're just going to import that file. Told you guys were really missing out on some quality photography here. And what we've done is we've brought in, Ah, full resolution. You can see a tap on that 6000 by pixels. 24 megapixel, full resolution raw file. Right off of the camera. I can shoot with raw files and light Ra Mobile. I can bring in files from other devices and what's really great about it. is that I can use that same workflow that we used before where any image that I have that I like the look we've done. Let's let's take the image that we worked on before here, we're gonna load that DMG, this full resident G that we were editing on the desktop, all of the things that we did on the desktop, we can continue editing. We can continue changing here. We have all of the detail. I can copy those instructions from one image, and I can paste them onto another image. I can continue refining, uh, the things that we've done on one to another. So I'm gonna copy all of that from that image that we edit it on the desktop. And then I'm gonna choose this image that we just brought in here totally different lighting, and I'm just going to pace that on there, and I'm gonna get that full effect of what I've done there. And if I want to change anything about it, if I want toe Brighton that up or open up the shadows, I can do that really, really easily right there. If we were to go back to say this image here, which we worked on in Photoshopped before. Let's just really quickly look at what the workflow looks like on Labour Mobile and you'll see we can do all that same stuff that we did with the black and white images before. Again. I want to add it in color switch toe, auto tone. I'm gonna recover the highlights. I'm gonna add a little bit of clarity. Not too much. I'm gonna come in here, apply D. Hayes to that really start making that look a lot more interesting. Maybe I want a localized adjustment up top just to do darken it a little. I think we've got enough, d Hayes, but let's just dark and that we're staying in color all the while until we're ready. And then And only then are we gonna go to black and white where we can adjust the individual color channels the blue in the sky up there, the green tones orange in the sand. And at any point, if we want to see before the original color capture and after we can see that but we can do all that same stuff that we did on the desktop right over here as we mentioned before. Uh, noise correction, uh, sharpening. There are a couple of things that really lend themselves the desktop, but about 90% of what we can do here, uh, same is on the desktop. And for a black and white workflow, that means that black and white, just like anything else, could be done anywhere. I think it's really important to understand that you can capture raw. You can import raw and you can edit raw on your mobile devices.