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Lightroom: Interface

Lesson 10 from: Capture and Edit Photos of People in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Jared Platt

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10. Lightroom: Interface

Jared points out basic navigational components within the Lightroom CC interface.

Lesson Info

Lightroom: Interface

Well, we're back at home, and we have just finished our photo shoot at the train museum, and it's time to import them into Lightroom CC. I do 99% of everything I do in Lightroom, and so that's where we're gonna look at the images, that's where we're going to select the images, and that's where we're going to adjust the images. So, when you come into Lightroom CC, the first thing you're going to notice is on the left-hand side. This is where all the organizational things go on. So, you have a set of albums. Albums is where you'll organize everything inside of Lightroom. There's also a few other ways to organize, by time, and when you added them, and people in the shots, and things like that. But this area here is all for organization, and then over on the right-hand side is where everything is to adjust the images and work on the images.

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I enjoyed this quick tutorial. A very good introduction to how to use lightroom.

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