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Photographic workflow in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

By Chris Orwig

Adobe Systems has graciously provided some clips for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. These particular clips feature host Chris Orwig. In this clip, Chris creates a photographic workflow in Lightroom. First order of business is to import images into Lightroom.

He imports them via the shortcut from a Compact Flash card and copies them to a new location. He shows how to keep the file name and where to add your copyright. He then shows the import process and image previews as he goes through the images that he just downloaded from the Compact Flash card, showing the Import Photos window along the way.


Photographic workflow

Photographic workflow

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Chris Orwig is a faculty member of Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. He is a professional freelance photographer, interactive designer, educator, and consultant. Included among his clients are companies such as Disney, Nissan, Activision, and J-Records. Yet, more important to him than his client list is his passion for photography. Chris describes this passion with the words of the great photographer Marc Riboud, "Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second."
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