I’ve just been through another of the masochistic experiences that I seem to impose on myself every time a new version of Lightroom is released. Ever since Lightroom 3 was released I’ve been trying to find a way to incorporate LR into my Photoshop workflow. And every time I’ve tried I’ve ended up throwing in the towel. I’ve previously written …
Photoshop recently got an upgrade called Linked Smart Objects which gets us closer to a true non-destructive workflow between Lightroom and Photoshop. Until now I’ve chosen not to use Lightroom as a part of my regular Photoshop workflow because of the lack of a true non-destructive workflow. Last June I tried out the then-new versions of Photoshop and Lightroom but …
There is no true round-trip workflow between Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 but I will present the best available workflow between the two programs.
A true non-destructive, round-trip workflow between Lightroom and Photoshop may be just around the corner with the new Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5.
Instead of complaining about compatibility problems between Lightroom and Photoshop this time I actually have a few nice things to say about Lightroom.
This post details the difficulties I experienced in figuring out a good Lightroom-Photoshop workflow and illustrates some of the workarounds I devised.
I consider the possibility of using Lightroom V5 together with Photoshop CC but run into a problem. What’s the best workaround? Read this first post in a series documenting my process of incorporating Lightroom into my workflow with Photoshop.
As a photographer not using Lightroom I’ve always felt just a little out of the loop. Last year I happened to end up with an extra copy of the book Adobe Photoshop CS5 for Photographers so I gave it to an acquaintance who is a photographer. He thanked me for the book but also remarked, “I’m doing almost everything in …