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 …
Lightroom – Photoshop Non-Destructive Workflow
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 …
Photoshop CC – Lightroom 5 Workflow
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.
Photoshop – Lightroom Non-Destructive Workflow
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.
A Few Nice Things About Lightroom
Instead of complaining about compatibility problems between Lightroom and Photoshop this time I actually have a few nice things to say about Lightroom.
Lightroom vs. Photoshop, Part 2
This post details the difficulties I experienced in figuring out a good Lightroom-Photoshop workflow and illustrates some of the workarounds I devised.
Lightroom and Photoshop Compatibility Problems
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.
Fun and Frustration with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
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 …