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In today's Lightroom video tutorial I show you the best way to take photos from your laptop to your desktop when you've been shooting and editing your pictures on the road. You can keep all your RAW files and the lightroom edits intact and still merge those pictures back into your master Lightroom catalog. Learn how..
Today we finish up our tutorial 20 lightroom 3 and photoshop cs5 video tutorials with a show all about creating your slideshow, adding a graphical identity plate overlay, watermarking your images and then exporting the slideshow as a video.
Today we have chapter 3 of our tutorial using the new features of both Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3. Today we do some dodging and burning, cropping, saving with transparency and take a look at stacks in the Lightroom filmstrip.
Today's show does double duty as both part of our Lightroom 3 review and also the first chapter in a new tutorial. We'll be adding fashion labels to our photographs as a fun way to brand a Lightroom 3 slideshow and I'll show you how the label is made by using new features from Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5. If you want to see what we're aiming for I've uploaded the Lightroom 3 Slideshow to my Flickr.
On today's Lightroom 3 Video Review show we look at a new feature that is already saving me a lot of time and helping me share more of my photos - the new Flickr upload that is part of the publishing service. Lightroom 3 can now integrate directly with Flickr and keep collections up to date for you - even downloading the comments. We'll also take a look at the new import dialog which boasts an improved and simplfied layout plus a very useful new import presets feature.