The key to successfully using Lightroom is organization. By planning ahead and keeping things simple, you’ll spend less time sorting through your catalog trying to locate photos.
In Part 1, I talked about putting the images you want in your photo book into a collection and finishing them off (in the Develop module). Then, heading to the Book module to choose your book’s final size, paper quality, and stuff like that, and then using Auto Layout to at least get your images into the book. Now, we’re going to learn how to tweak those layouts.
Hey everyone, Matt Kloskowski here. I created a set of new free Black and White Lightroom presets over on my blog. The latest ones are black and white presets specifically for portraits. Last week, I released some for landscape and outdoor photos so I figured I’d follow it up with my portrait presets this week.