Adobe Lightroom is a powerful tool the majority of professional and amateur photographers use to organize, edit and manipulate their digital content. In this article, you’ll learn how to add the watermark to your photos in a batch using Adobe Lightroom.
Get Started Watermarking
Run Adobe Lightroom 4.0. In the Library, select photos need to be watermarked and click Export:
You can find a lot of articles online regarding which digital image format should you shoot: RAW or JPEG. I newer shoot JPEG. Here‘s why.
Extended Dynamic Range
You get the most of the possible data from your image sensor in the camera. You can make HDR photos.
You can adjust picture settings after you’ve taken it. These are: white balance, contrast, sharpening, noise reduction, exposure, saturation, levels and much more parameters.
Highest Level of Quality and Lossless Post Processing
Pixel values are more precise and the photo is rendered more accurately. You can make adjustments to your photos yourself. Having made a change to one photo, you can save these settings and apply those to other photos taken in similar conditions. When you make adjustments to a RAW file, you don’t modify the original image. You can resent your adjustments, and start over again.
Advanced Color Correction
12 or 14 bits of image data provides unlimited editing capabilities in working with colors, highlights and shadows.
You can convert a RAW file to other digital image format: JPEG or TIFF. When exporting a RAW file, you can choose from any color space.
Have you ever printed a digital image and you just knew something was missing? Like you captured the entire scene, but somehow the shot seems cropped? Well, you’re not alone. And this happened because of the difference in aspect ratio between your camera and the print.
Whether you need slideshow presentations at work, to create a cool wedding album or document your family trips, creating professional slideshows has never been easier. Even if you are not much of a technical person, you can still create beautiful slideshows with the right program.
Here is a breakdown of the tools you will find on any professional slideshow program:
If you’re like most people, you know it doesn’t take much to wind up with the computer jammed with thousands of photos named IMG_2189.jpg. Picasa is a great one-stop tool that helps you organize and edit your photos fast and easy.
Here is a step by step guide to help you organize and easily edit your photo collections in Picasa: