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Using the Lightroom 4 Web module – Part 3

21. November 2012

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Using the Lightroom 4 Web module – Part 3

Welcome to part 3 of this series on using the Web module in Lightroom 4 to create a serious website. In Part 1, I showed that the Web module as it’s supplied with Lightroom is simply not capable of doing the job for a professional or serious amateur photographer. Part 2 I looked at a […]

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Grab your Toga, it’s a Link Party!

2. November 2012

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Grab your Toga, it’s a Link Party!

We have a huge repository or photography and workflow related links … and we realized it’s high time we started sharing them! The Best Thing I Ever Did Was Quit Professional Photography The Definitive Guide To Corporate Event Photography Introduction to the Tools of Long Exposure Photography Location Photography: How to Comprehensively Capture a City, […]

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Using the Lightroom Web module – Part 2

24. October 2012

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Using the Lightroom Web module – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I looked at the native Lightroom Web module to see if it was usable as a way of constructing a professional web site. To say that it failed to meet my needs would be something of an understatement – it is, frankly, unworthy of the rest of the application. […]

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Using the Lightroom Web module – Part 1

15. October 2012

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Using the Lightroom Web module – Part 1

Just how useful is the Lightroom Web module? This is the first of a 3 part series on using Lightroom as part of a website creation workflow. Here in Part 1 I’ll cover how well (or not) the vanilla module fits into creating a real-life website based on my own personal experience. Part 2 will […]

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The X-Equals Education Center

17. July 2012

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The X-Equals Education Center

We’re psyched to launch the XeL Education Center! If you’re a new Customer, or a prospective customer trying to get a feel for what XeL is, and how it differs from the abundance of free non-professional Presets out there, this is the place! Simply put, here’s the knowledge bomb on how to take your workflow […]

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Advanced Dodging & Burning in Lightroom 4

17. July 2012

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Advanced Dodging & Burning in Lightroom 4

Dodging and burning (or local exposure adjustment) is one of the fastest ways to improve your images, so it’s no wonder we use it a lot around here. It’s one of the oldest tricks in the books, and can do things like: Focus attention on the subject Shape and flatter the subject Increase dynamic range […]

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X-Equals HD Screencast – Installing X-Equals Presets in Lightroom

13. July 2012

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X-Equals HD Screencast – Installing X-Equals Presets in Lightroom

Installing XeL Presets is a snap, and we’ll show you how. For the full HD experience, be sure to play the video at full screen! |Brandon Oelling – X-Equals

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Making the Eyes Pop in Lightroom 4

19. June 2012

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Making the Eyes Pop in Lightroom 4

In the past we’ve covered making the eyes pop in Lightroom 3 using adjustment brushes, but the introduction of Lightroom 4 has made the entire process much faster and less complicated. Now, using the adjustment brush too and new preset, we can achieve the same—maybe better—results than in version 3. Lightroom 4 introduced adjustment brush […]

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Working with the Lightroom 4 Map Module

5. June 2012

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Working with the Lightroom 4 Map Module

There are numerous reasons why you might want to geotag your photographs, and if you give me a couple of minutes, I may be able to think of one. Actually, ‘because you can’ is probably sufficient reason and, anyway, it’s nice to be able to see exactly where a picture that you like was taken […]

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X-Equals XeL – Real World, Kick A** Results

22. May 2012

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X-Equals XeL – Real World, Kick A** Results

Note from the Editor A week or so ago Jeff Tamagini posted this photo on Twitter – mentioning he leveraged XeL:Black and White in his workflow. Naturally, we took notice of such a sweet image and asked him to describe in more detail how he processed this shot. Lucky for all of us he accepted! […]

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