Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Bio 498/698. Lecture Outline. Review Lightroom components Key commands and shortcuts Importing files Operating Lightroom. Review: Opening Lightroom. On far left side of keyboard press: M2 = Lightroom. Lightroom-Module Picker.
For optimal lighting, the tonality should fall between the two lines indicated by yellow in the Histogram
In Develop: when a picture is overexposed, in the Histogram, click the top right arrow. The over-exposed parts will show up as red.
This picture is overexposed – too much image data displays as pure white.
Underexposed – there is literally no image data here, so it gets displayed as pure black.
*Notice that as the image appears lighter in the second image, the exposure indicator in the histogram moves further to the right.
Note: When viewing pictures, either the Library or Develop modules can be used
Image slices on filmstrip
Second to last photo
Step 3: In selecting a folder to export images to, click the ‘Choose…’ button
Step 4: For this class, export all images to the: ‘Primary Image Drive (D:)> Lightroom Catalogs> Imaging_Class_Spring12> Your folder> Specific specimen folder’
Step 5: Under ‘Export Location’, if needed, select ‘put in subfolder’ and name that folder
Step 6: Under ‘File Naming’, for ‘Custom Text’, the name should include:
Step 7: Under ‘File Settings’, for ‘Format’ select TIFF. For ‘Bit Depth’ select 8 bits/component
Step 8: Click ‘Export’