In a previous Lightroom Podcast, I talked about making great black and white images in Lightroom 3. Now, you need to make a great black and white preset in Lightroom, so you will never again have to touch all those sliders. In this follow up video, you will learn to make a intelligently designed preset to add a rich black and white effect to any image at the touch of a button.
It is that time of year. I am heading out to cities across the United States to teach my Lightroom Workflow Workshop. In this workshop I teach professionals and enthusiasts how to take control of their post-production workflow. I have just released the trailer below. Take a look at it. And I will look forward to seeing you out on the road somewhere in my travels.
To book a seat at the workshop, go to www.jaredplattworkshops.com.
Conquer your workflow demons with Jared Platt as your instructor. The Lightroom Workflow Workshop Tour begins on Saturday July 17, 2010 in Phoenix, Arizona. We will then be off to Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Syracuse, Los Angeles, Vegas, Cincinnati, Louisville, Miami, Jacksonville, Orange County, San Diego, Raleigh, Nashville, New Orleans, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle and more.
Come learn how to cut your workflow time in half or more and win some great prizes and get free product and services from our sponsors. And learn Adobe Lightroom 3.0 in the process.
The Lightroom Workflow Workshop will pay for itself on day one!
The New York workshop was great. We were completely packed. It was fun. Thanks to everyone. It was good to meet you all. Now it’s time for Philadelphia, the Washington.
I am now posting a regular blog entry at Pictage on professional photography topics like workflow. Each week, I will be posting a small tip of some kind, so put the blog on your reader and watch for new entries.
This week’s entry is an introduction video, filmed in my office late one night last week with my 5D Mark II.