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Adobe Lightroom: The Ultimate Guide Bootcamp

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Sharing with Slideshows

Jared Platt

Adobe Lightroom: The Ultimate Guide Bootcamp

Jared Platt

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43. Sharing with Slideshows

Lessons

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2 Hard Drives Duration:08:06
3 File Organization Duration:08:31
4 30,000 Foot View of Workflow Duration:05:36
5 Importing into Lightroom Duration:04:10
6 Building Previews Duration:07:14
8 Keywords Duration:06:27
9 Hardware for Lightroom Duration:06:08
10 Searching for Images Duration:07:51
11 Selecting Images Duration:14:15
12 Organizing Images Duration:04:02
13 Collecting Images for Use Duration:14:56
14 Develop Module Overview Duration:10:15
15 Profiles Duration:11:34
16 Basic Adjustments Duration:11:45
19 Tone Curve Duration:09:26
20 HSL Duration:04:48
21 Split Tone Duration:08:19
22 Lens Corrections Duration:08:32
23 Details Duration:09:34
24 Transform Tool Duration:05:52
25 Effects Panel Duration:10:00
27 Spot Tool Duration:17:51
28 Skin Softening and Brush Work Duration:07:00
29 Range Masking Duration:13:28
30 Dodge and Burn Duration:17:36
31 Working with Specific Colors Duration:08:30
33 Making Presets Duration:13:24
34 Preparing Image in Lightroom Duration:09:51
35 Content Aware Fill Duration:11:14
36 Skin Repair Duration:02:44
37 Skin Smoothing Duration:14:39
38 Expanding a Canvas Duration:04:30
39 Liquify Duration:10:22
40 Layers and Composite Images Duration:12:54
41 Sharing via Web Duration:17:52
42 Exporting Files Duration:10:47
43 Sharing with Slideshows Duration:08:00
44 Archiving Photos and Catalogs Duration:19:54
45 Designing Duration:13:35
46 Making Prints Duration:11:27
47 Color Management and Profiles Duration:13:00
48 Archiving Photos and Catalogs Duration:11:31
49 Using Cloud Storage Duration:04:09
51 Collecting for Your Portfolio Duration:18:03
53 Sharing to Instagram Duration:07:06
54 HDR Duration:15:32
55 Panorama Duration:06:41
56 HDR Panorama Duration:09:54
57 Making Presets Duration:15:39
58 Creating Profiles Duration:18:09
59 Maps Duration:07:08
60 Setup for Tethered Shooting Duration:23:21
61 Sharing with the Client Duration:05:42
62 Watched Folder Process Duration:07:04
63 Second Monitor and iPad Duration:06:09
64 Backup at the Camera Duration:03:50
65 Gnar Box Disk Backup Duration:06:45
66 iPhone and iPad Review Duration:12:52
67 Importing to Lightroom on iPad Duration:02:59
68 Cloud Backup Duration:04:39
69 Adjust, Edit, and Organize Duration:07:46
71 Lightroom Desktop Duration:05:27
72 Removing Images from the Cloud Duration:10:49
73 Profiles Duration:09:34
74 Light Duration:04:34
75 Color Duration:05:36
76 Effects Duration:15:22
77 Details Duration:08:33
78 Optics Duration:03:49
79 Geometry Duration:04:12
80 Crop Duration:04:39
82 Local Adjustments Duration:15:40
83 Healing Tool Duration:03:29
84 Synchronizing Edits Duration:04:57
85 Editing in Photoshop Duration:08:54
86 Finding Images Duration:07:09
88 Posting Images to Social Media Duration:14:01
89 Overview of Lightroom Desktop Duration:07:35
90 The Workflow Overview Duration:10:08
91 Organizing Images Duration:05:10
92 Albums and Shared Albums Duration:18:21
94 Importing and Selecting Images Duration:09:23
95 HDR and Panoramics Duration:22:44
96 Light Duration:07:47
97 Profiles Duration:07:23
98 Tone Curves Duration:02:57
99 Color Duration:08:35
100 Effects Duration:17:01
101 Details Duration:12:43
102 Optics Duration:04:05
103 Geometry and Crop Tool Duration:06:01
104 Sync Settings Duration:02:40
105 Making and Adding Presets Duration:03:48
106 Healing Brush Duration:02:21
107 Brush Tool Duration:03:14
108 Gradient Tool Duration:04:16
109 Edit in Photoshop Duration:02:53
110 Finding Images with Sensei Duration:06:32
111 Sharing Albums on the Web Duration:04:57
112 Print through Photoshop Duration:02:09
115 Archiving Images for Storage Duration:09:55
116 Review of the Workflow Duration:07:20

Lesson Info

Sharing with Slideshows

Now there's one other way to share your images to your client on that's at the actual event. So I'm a wedding photographer, so I do things at an event as well. So I'm photographing all day long or all week long, and during its the reception or during a party, or maybe a brunch or something like that, I may be asked or want to show images that I have been taking all week long or during one specific day. In this case, I was shooting a wedding in the Bahamas, and so is an entire week event S O. I may be asked to then share those images as a slideshow, either on a small monitor over by the bar or maybe up on a monitor or ah, projector on a screen somewhere. But I'm going to create a slide shot of that. Now, the easiest way to make a slide show to show to your clients or showed anybody is simply, especially if, like, say, you're just in your studio and you want to quickly run a slide show to a client that's coming in the studio. To see a set of portrait is to simply collect those images int...

o a collection, and I've got one here. So there's the collection, and I'm going to highlight all of those images. And I'm just going to simply eso have about 139 images to show. And I'm just going to click on the slide show module right up here at the very top, and I'm gonna click on that slide show module, and it's gonna take me to an interface that gives me options on that slide show. And quite frankly, there's a lot more options than you ever need to deal with. Um, once you've figured out on the right hand side all the settings that make your slideshow look the way you want it, Teoh, then you simply go over to the right hand or the left hand side and add a template here. So I'm actually going to choose one of my templates, which is just going to be a simple cross fade slide show. So once you click on the left hand side and choose your preset, it will change all of the information on the right hand side and let me just show you what that information is so that you know what I'm doing here. So I'm almost doing nothing. So I'm not choosing to do. Like, for instance, I'm not zooming to fit the frame. I just want the image to be whatever it is on the frame. I'm not this showing guides is just showing it to you right now. It's not gonna show on on the slide show, and I don't have any kind of name information on it. I don't have a color wash or a background image or anything. All of this stuff is turned off. I can turn on an intro screen that will give a specific title to the slide show. But I'm just gonna be running this on a constant loop for a long time. For hours. It's just gonna be sitting there at the bar that showing people slides so I don't wanna intro screen. I can put an exit screen. So there were once in a while my logo will show up, but usually I don't like to do that at an event itself. Everybody knows who I am. Um and then I'm not choosing to put music in it. And the reason for that is that there's already music playing at the event, so I'm not going to be using music toe over Teoh. Negate what they're playing, so I'm just turning off the music. But if for some reason you wanted toe have people see music like, say, in your studio, you just simply turn on the music option and then go find a song in your music library. It's just whatever's on your computer. You'll just click on here, find the song and choose it, and you can choose several. You can add several pieces of music, so choose one and then at a push, this little plus button at another one. It's very simple to do, and it will just show you how long the duration is right now, because this song is not actually on my system. It's zero. There's no music associated with it. But I'm gonna turn this off because I don't want to use music in the slideshow for my client. And then the last part is this playback option, and these air the important things. So you definitely want to choose the rights length of slide. I think maybe eight seconds is maybe a little long, but it's better because it holds. So this is not a good idea, for if people are sitting down to watch the slideshow, 45 seconds is better. But if people are just wandering by eight seconds, is pretty good. So that's why it's longer. Um, you can pan and zoom so it'll do kind of that. Ken Burns effect light rooms. Not great at it. But if you do a pan and zoom, make sure you put it at the very, very lowest setting. Because anything higher than low is, it's like almost make you sick movement. It's it's it's horrible movement, so just keep it low. If you do that, then I'm gonna repeat the slide show. And then it's important to make sure that it's high quality, not just standard quality. So then I and I don't know why that was there. So now I'll go back over here and right click that CrossFit fade simple, and I'll update the settings because I just changed a setting. And then I'm just gonna hit play, and it's gonna prepare these images for the slide show, and then once it's been finished preparing him, it will start the slide show, and it'll just go full screen and play. If you happen to have another monitor attached to it, it'll play on that second monitor instead. But that's it. It's a very simple process, and it gets your images out to show it in a very soft, nice way very quickly. Now, if you want to do online slide shows, you would actually have to export this file so you would actually have to come down here. And instead of hitting play, you would have to come over to this side and export it as a video, and it's gonna take a while. The export Light room is not a great video exporter, and it's not gonna look amazing that I just have never been impressed with the video capability of light room. It's just not it's not there yet, and I don't think it's meant to be there, Um, so you can export a video. It'll be fine, but it won't be amazing, Um, and so I highly suggest that if you want to do videos online, side shows online, I highly suggest that you use an actual program that's meant for that, like, for instance, and a moto is a really good program to use. It's an online. You upload your images to it, and there's all sorts of different types of slide shows you can make very easy to use. Another one is called Smart Slides. Smart Slides does a true four K video online of your images, and so you just upload them to smart slides. Smart slides keeps the full four K size and then it. If someone logs in tow, watch it on a small screen. It gives them a small version, but if they log in and they're showing it on like a really big monitor, like a 60 inch TV, it will deliver a four K video for them. Tow watch. So it's a really intelligent system, very easy to use. Um, if you happen to be a person. That album is an album designer. They also make a album designer the same company. Fundy is another tool that you can use that has a slideshow component. So there's a lot of different slide show you makers, Um, and they're much better than light room for making a slide show. The only time I used light room is a slide show maker is specifically when I need to do something right now. So I simply edit my images. I highlight them all. And then the client comes in and I turn on a slide show that all happens right here, inside of light room so that they could get a sense of what it was like. Put some music on. They love it. So that's how we do a slide show. Really, really quick. Inside of light room for anything else, I'm gonna go outside of light room and just export the J pegs and upload them to the service.

Class Description

All lessons are also available here for individual purchase.

AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Efficiently cull and retouch photographs
  • Manage your files to enable seamless and immediate recall
  • Get your computer and software to run faster
  • Create impressive photo books and slideshows
  • Take advantage of global adjustments
  • Improve your mobile workflow with both your iPhone and iPad
  • Deliver and share your images directly from Lightroom

ABOUT JARED’S CLASS:

Adobe® Lightroom® is the industry standard for post-production workflow and in Adobe Lightroom: The Ultimate Guide, you’ll learn Jared Platt’s gold standard for retouching and managing files quickly and efficiently.

Jared will show the ins and outs of Lightroom Classic, Lightroom Mobile, and Lightroom Desktop. He’ll demystify the difference between each and demonstrate when to use each one for maximum output.

Jared will share tips on improving every phase of your workflow – from shooting to archiving. You’ll learn how to take advantage of the latest Lightroom tools and features and become faster and more skilled at adjusting your images.

WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:

  • Beginner, intermediate, and advanced users of Adobe Lightroom
  • Those who want to gain confidence in Adobe Lightroom and learn new features to help edit photos
  • Students who’d like to take ordinary images and make them look extraordinary with some image editing or Lightroom fixes

SOFTWARE USED:

Adobe Lightroom Classic 9.2
Adobe Lightroom Desktop 3.2
Adobe Lightroom Mobile 5.2

ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Jared Platt is a professional wedding and lifestyle photographer from Phoenix, Arizona. Jared holds a Masters of Fine Arts in the Photographic Studies and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography from Arizona State University and has been a professional photographer and college educator for the past 12 years and has been a speaking, debating and lecturing for the past 17 years. His attention to detail and craft make him a demanding photography instructor. Jared has lectured at major trade shows and photo conferences as well as at universities around the world on the subject of photography as well as workflow. Currently, Jared is traveling the United States and Canada teaching and lecturing on photography and post production workflow. Join him online for monthly "Office Hours" at www.jaredplattworkshops.com.

Reviews

Hannah
 

Thorough but very easy to follow. I've noticed a significant improvement in my work since starting this course a couple weeks ago, and I'm also spending noticeably less time editing my photos. I appreciate that it's up-to-date as of October, 2020, so the info is current (I wish CL would take down some of the older courses, since software changes make some of them obsolete).

Kyosa Canuck
 

I hate to say this is a repetitive class due to covering much of the same things in each LR app. I appreciate Ben's classes better but this does give different perspectives. Also, Ben knows better than to use the word "super" let alone use it 10+ times per lesson.

Kayode Olorunfemi
 

I have been using lightroom for upwards of 6years and I still found this course incredibly useful. It can be useful learning through desperate tutorials online, but having a course that ties everything together, coupled with foundation principles, is invaluable.