Lightroom Editing Tips for Hybrid Photographers

I thought it was novel when Adobe added video support in Lightroom 3. When they added basic video editing in Lightroom 4 I didn’t pay much attention. Now that I’m shooting hybrid photography I think it’s awesome!

Lightroom offers tools that are just right for trimming and editing short video clips. My transition into hybrid photography has been much easier since I can use the same software I use every day (Lightroom 4) to add video into my work. While the export options are limited, it works fine for hybrid eScapes and eProducts.

Check out the video for some video editing tips, plus I’ll give you some ideas for organizing your hybrid photography projects.

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About Rob Knight

Rob Knight has been a professional artist in Atlanta, Georgia for over twenty years. He’s been a photographer for more than half of that time, Adobe Certified Expert since 2009 and an educator since 2010. Whether in the mountains of his home state of Georgia or the rain forests of Costa Rica, Rob loves to chase beautiful light and help other photographers make beautiful images. Visit robknightphotography.com for more information.

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4 Responses to Lightroom Editing Tips for Hybrid Photographers

  1. Frank Lepisko December 5, 2013 at 9:08 am #

    As a new Gh-3 owner;I’ve been Combing the archives. I’d love to watch some of these older posts but the videos don’t seem to be available?

  2. Giulio Sciorio December 5, 2013 at 12:18 pm #

    Unfortunatly if we embed a video from a channel now run by us we can’t control if the video gets pulled. That said we’re working on a new series of educational videos.

  3. Frank Lepisko December 5, 2013 at 5:21 pm #

    Cool “G”; . Any “tracking point shoot” results coming soon?
    thanks for the reply
    :)

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