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In This Chapter
Gaining access to Lightroom
Creating a new catalog
Importing and organizing images
Shooting with the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in
Lightroom is a digital photography workflow tool and database program that is designed to make your work faster and easier. You can find all your images in one place — either on a computer or a memory card — so that you can review them, tweak them, and modify them.
The key feature is that it organizes your images by collections and folders. If you have a memory card, you can look at all your images in one place. You also can use the collections system to grab images from your camera, phone, and smart phone and add them to your catalog.
In this chapter, I show you how to get started with Lightroom, explain what it is and how it can be useful to you. I also walk you through the basic steps that you use to import, organize, and edit your images in Lightroom.
To get access to Lightroom and to view your images in it, I recommend that you use a computer and a connected digital media device (such as a flash card or hard drive). You should also have a copy of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, or the free image-
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This tutorial is written for the new iPad and iPhone 6S Plus.
See Photoshop and Elements side by side for a comparison on feature differences
You need these items to follow this tutorial
New iPad or iPhone 6S Plus
The Built-In Photos App
Android app on Google Play Store
Step 1 – Setup your photo editing
1) Open Nano
Open Nano and press the bottom left button.
Nano Viewer will open automatically. The toolbar is at the bottom of the screen.
After you start Nano, press the top left button to open the Help menu.
Step 2 – Switch to Full Screen and Edit Mode
Click the bottom half of the button at the bottom of the left side of the toolbar in the Nano Viewer.
Click on the top half of the button to switch to Full Screen.
Click the top half of the button again to toggle between Edit Mode and Full Screen Mode.
Click the top half of the button again to make your edits in Full Screen Mode.
When you click Edit Mode, the left button of your Nano Viewer will change to a painting palette.
The icons on the right will indicate the type of image editing you are performing.
Step 3 – Edit your Photo
Click and drag with your finger to select a photo in the local gallery
Click to take a screenshot
Click and drag with your finger to select the photo you want to edit in the local gallery.
Press the Print key or use the share button to share your edits
Note: You don’t have to use Nano for these edits, you could use other photo editing apps like Gimp, the PicMonkey app or Microsoft Photos.
Note: If your photo was taken with your iPhone, Open the Photos app to edit your photo.
Step 4 – Choose File
Click on the File menu at the top of the Nano Viewer and choose Export.
Select Export to iCloud to save your edits to iCloud or Export to Photos to save your edits to your Camera Roll or Photos app.
Step 5 – Save
When you are done editing your photos, save the file to your desktop or the cloud by pressing Save.
The Edit Mode button will be greyed out and the Full Screen button will be blue when you are done editing.
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In this video we’ll be covering some
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the nature of you, but your
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