LIGHTROOM VS PHOTOSHOP – Wann verwende ich was?

Fotografie & Bildbearbeitung lernen: Kostenlose Foto-Tutorials: Mehr kostenlose Tutorials zur Fotografie und Bildbearbeitung findest du auf: Dort findest du außerdem aktuelle Trainings zum Thema Bildbearbeitung und Fotografie. Du willst uns eine Frage stellen? Kein Problem du bekommst auch direkt eine kostenlose Antwort darauf. Video von Matthias Butz - Kostenloser Fotokurs: Foto, PS & LR lernen: Kostenlose Foto-Tutorials: FOLGE MIR: Instagram: Facebook: Website: Meine Ausrüstung* Zum Filmen: Zum Fotografieren: Etwas älter aber immer noch ein Biest: Geniales Objektiv: Geniales günstiges Objektiv: Weitwinkel: Mikrofon: Geniale Kameratasche: Du willst uns eine Frage stellen? Kein Problem du bekommst auch direkt eine kostenlose Antwort darauf. *Bei den verwendeten Links handelt es sich um Affiliate Links. Durch einen Kauf über den Link werde ich am Umsatz beteiligt. Dies hat für Dich keine Auswirkungen auf den Preis.

Komplexere Objekte in Lightroom verschwinden lassen: Der ultimative Trick

Heute zeige ich euch, wie ihr nicht nur Sensorflecken in Lightroom retuschieren könnt, sondern auch komplexere Objekte retuschieren und verschwinden lassen könnt, ganz ohne Photoshop. Mit meinem heutigen Trick könnt ihr nämlich bereits retuschierte Bereiche erneut retuschieren, obwohl das in Lightroom gar nicht zu gehen scheint. Weitere Tipps&Tricks mit Lightroom to go jede Woche neu. RAW Akademie Die bessere Art Fotografie und Bildbearbeitung zu lernen Wenn ihr schnell, effizient und passend zu „eurem“ Terminkalender Lightroom lernen wollt, dann sind die onDemand Lightroom-Workshops perfekt für euch. Alle Workshops findet ihr unter: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Musik "TexasTechno" Jason Shaw (, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0, License "Basic Implosion " Kevin MacLeod (, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0, License

Learn Lightroom – How to Find Missing Photos in Lightroom

FIND MISSING PHOTOS IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LIGHTROOM? Adobe Certified Instructor, Mark Itskowitch shows you how to recover your missing photos in Adobe Lightroom CC. Learn what happens if you move your images outside of Lightroom, and learn how to help Adobe Lightroom recover the missing photos. Learn more about how the Lightroom CC catalog works and how it helps you organize your photos on your desktop or a hard drive from within Adobe Lightroom We offer Public Classes, Onsite Training, Live Online Training and 1-on-1 Private Training & Consulting in most Adobe Applications. Manage, Organize, & Enhance your Photos with our Lightroom Training Classes Learn how to use Photoshop Lightroom to catalog, organize, and touch-up all your photographs. A complete workflow solution for Digital Photographers. View our Photoshop Lightroom Training Classes here: Check out our Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Outline and Upcoming Classes Or Visit for more information and to view other class offerings. headTrix, Inc. | Adobe Certified Training & Consulting 310.450.0122 | Consulting | Design | Development | Training

Lightroom TIME LAPSE Tutorial | Do it properly!

Lightroom TIME LAPSE Tutorial: you'll learn how to edit and sync a time lapse photo sequence in Lightroom and how to export your edited frames to a specific folder. I recommend you to shoot your time lapse frame by frame and if it's possible in RAW format. This way you can edit all the photos almost non-destructively in Adobe Lightroom. For part 2, where I edit the time lapse movie in Premiere Pro, click here: ? Music for YouTubers | 30 days FREE TRIAL: Take your time and edit the first photo of the sequence using the sliders. Adjust the exposure, the contrast and the vibrace/saturation as you wish. You can always take it to a higher level by modifying the Luminance and the HUE for every color individually. This will give you much better results. Crop your frame to a 16:9 ratio. After you are pleased with the editing on your first frame from the time lapse, use the SYNC button to copy all the slider values to the rest of the photos in the sequence. Select all the images and use the export dialog box with the settings presented in the tutorial to save your edited and processed photos to a specific folder in your computer. You will need then to create the time lapse movie. I suggest to use Adobe Premiere Pro for this. Here is a tutorial that I made to accomplish this: ▪ Best Music! Free 30 days Trial For YouTube Creators: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to my channel: Official playlist: I try to deliver well explained tutorials including Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, GoPro, as well as product reviews. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Share this video: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join the Eye Stocker group on Facebook: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Full article: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Personal Facebook profile: Google Plus: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by: David Cutter Music -

From Flat to Fabulous in Lightroom (start to finish editing tutorial)

Watch the full KelbyOne online class at - if you're not a KelbyOne member, take the 10-day free trial and watch this class right now. In this start to finish tutorial, Scott Kelby takes you from the flat-looking out of camera image to the final image using nothing but Lightroom. If you're into Photoshop or Lightroom, we have thousands of lessons and loads of full-length, in-depth courses that will make you a Lightroom or Photoshop shark in no time! Take the 10-day free trial at right now and start learning immediately.

How to Mask a Sky Behind Trees in Lightroom

In this video tutorial, I will show you how to use Lightroom's Adjustment Brush to adjust a sky even if it partially shines through trees. This is a situation that you come across often, and at first glance is seems to be very difficult to create an adjustment that applies precisely to the sky and not to the trees.

Astrophotography 101: How to post-process and edit single astrophotos in Lightroom – TUTORIAL 4K

In this new tutorial of the 'Astrophotography 101' sequel brought to you by AMP&F, I am covering the basics of editing and post-processing single pictures of the night sky. In the previous tutorial that you can watch here (, we learned about taking single astrophotos in RAW format. However virtually everyone edits their shots to make them look great, but more importantly, to make them look the way THEY like! We will be working exclusively with Adobe Lightroom, as it is one of the most wide-spread photo-editing software (, and I will try to help you create your own workflow: -adjusting angle and crop (3:36) -adjusting the White balance (5:09) -adjusting the lighting (7:45) -adjusting colors and saturation (11:45) -making local adjustments (14:52) -noise reduction (21:45) -last touches and exporting (22:29) Remember that the most important is that you produce the piece of art that you like, with your own touch! There are some common opinion standards that say 'your picture shouldn't contain too much noise or too much saturation...' but just go ahead with what you think is easy on the eye! Thank you for watching. I hope these basics were useful and will enable more and more people to get out at night and shoot what the starry skies have to offer. Don’t hesitate to like, comment, share and of course subscribe to my channel for more videos and tutorials coming soon! For more information, you can also find me at: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Youtube:

How to create a Metadata Preset in Lightroom

Learn how to create a Metadata Preset in Lightroom: Step 1: Choose Edit Presets from the Preset options in the Metadata panel of the Library module. Step 2: In the IPTC copright section enter your copyright information. Step 3: Choose 'Save Current Settings as New Preset' and then select Done. Step 4: Select one or more images and apply your new metadata preset or choose the preset in the Apply During Import panel of the Import Dialog. Top Tip: To type the copyright symbol on a Mac hold down the 'Option' key while you type the letter G. To type the copyright symbol on a PC hold down the 'Alt' key and type in the numbers 0169.

How to create a custom order in Lightroom

Learn how to move images according to custom order in folders with a subfolder in Lightroom: Step 1: Select a Folder of images in Folders panel of the Library Module that has subfolders Step 2: Select Grid View (G) Step 3: Click and drag a thumbnail to a new position in the Image Sequence. Step 4: Right-click on image thumbnail and choose 'Go to Folder in Library'. Step 5: Now your are free to drag images to a new position in the seqqunce to change the default setting from Sort by 'Capture Time' to sort by 'Custom Order'. Top Tip: Right-Click on any folder in the Folders panel and choose 'Show Parent Folder' to discover the folder that contains the subfolders."

HOW TO EDIT LIKE DYLAN FURST (@fursty) | MOODY LANDSCAPE lightroom editing tutorial

In this tutorial I show you how to edit the moody landscape style that photographer Dylan Furst (@fursty) achieves in his travel and landscape photographs. I breakdown the lightroom edit and develop it into a preset which can be applied to all photos to make your shots nice and moody as well. - CHECK OUT: // FURSTY Instagram: - FOLLOW ME: Merch: Blog : Instagram : Twitter : Snapchat: Facebook : - MUSIC: Intro/Outro: TwoFeet - Go f*** yourself - GEAR: Canon 70D (Main Camera): Sigma 18-35mm F/1.8 Lens: Microphone: Memory Card (BEST): Gopro Hero 3+ Silver : Joby gorillapod : Editing software: Premier Pro CC Business Related Inquiries: