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Have you ever been frustrated by colors that are less than perfect when optimizing or sharing your photos in Lightroom? In this presentation Tim Grey (a B&H Photo Event Space favorite!) shares tips that will help you ensure you are seeing accurate colors, optimizing photos with optimal color, and sharing photos with accurate color. Grey Learning http://greylearning.com
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For more great tips go to http://kelbyone.com/webcasts One of Lightroom's most powerful features for working with skies is the Graduated Filter. In this video, Matt goes over a great tip for making that filter work even better for you. If your sky is blown out or over exposed this trick could help save your image.
No artist is an island. Influences are everywhere-and in fact, can be a great source of inspiration if we practice the creative art of paying attention! Inspiration for our photography can come from other photographers, but also from other arts and media, and life itself. Brooks shares examples from all walks of life that have provided creative ideas and inspiration for photographic projects- often from thoroughly unexpected sources. Brooks Jensen http://www.brooksjensenarts.com/ Check Out More Event Spaces http://bit.ly/BHEventSpacePlaylist Subscribe to the B&H Photo YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/SubscribetoBHPhoto Follow us on Social Media -- https://www.facebook.com/bhphoto -- https://www.facebook.com/bheventspace -- https://www.instagram.com/bhphoto -- https://twitter.com/BHPhotoVideo -- https://twitter.com/BHEventSpace
Admit it: Your Lightroom catalog isn’t quite as organized as you’d like. In fact, you might even be a little embarrassed if another photographer were to see your Lightroom catalog. In this session, Tim Grey shows you how to resolve organizational challenges in Lightroom and how to optimize your workflow to ensure you can always find the photo you need when you need it. This presentation features Lightroom 6, but works with older versions of Lightroom as well.