Adobe Lightroom is a photo editing and management program that has been developed by the Adobe company. If you are looking for an application to organize, edit, enhance and share your photos then this might be the perfect solution for you! In this blog post we will go over what features it has and how it can help manage your workflow.
What Is Adobe Lightroom?
Adobe Lightroom is a software application for managing and editing images. It was first released in 2003 by Adobe Systems, Inc. for Mac OS and Microsoft Windows. It comes with a feature that allows photographers to import multiple images into the Library module’s grid view, select particular images from this grid to edit, and then export edited photos in various file formats. The program supports 16-bit per channel editing for raw image files and non destructive editing using tools such as sliders, brushes, brush presets, graduated filters, lens corrections and spot healing.
What Are the Features of Adobe Lightroom?
* View and organize your images in a variety of ways
– Grid view, Loupe view, Compare view
– Collections: Organize photos into groups with similar content. Each collection can be exported as a catalog for quick access to all photo edits while away from home or office. Create collections based on dates taken or tags applied during import (i.e., “Birds”)
– Tags: Assign keywords to identify what’s being captured in an image without having to create complicated metadata fields that are hard to remember later (i.e., birding). Once you assign tags, search by tag within Library module tools like Find One Aspect of Image, Filter by Date Taken, and many more
– Metadata: Add metadata to images in order to better organize them. You can create keywords or add descriptions of what’s happening within the … Read the rest