I am just finishing my work on my next video course Off-Limits Workflow Secrets – Lightroom to Photoshop and Back. And I have decided to give this course as a bonus to everyone who buys the Complete Photography Bundle 2016 through the link
If you visit the 5DayDeal website between October 14 and 19 through the link above and purchase a copy of the bundle, you will receive this video course as my personal “thank you” for your support and your loyalty.
This offer expires in
If you don’t close the deal by October 19, you’ll have to wait for the official launch of Off-Limits Workflow Secrets and pay the regular price of $39.95.
About the Course
This course is nearly 2.5 hours long and will launch publicly later this month. You will learn how to use the ultimate non-destructive workflow for Lightroom and Photoshop. This will enable you to go back and forth between the two applications and never lose the ability to change any of your edits… ever.
Images from the course
The vast majority of all people get this wrong. They start in Lightroom and send their image to Photoshop at some point to do some more complex work. But they do this in ways that do not allow them to change any of their Lightroom edits after this step.
Likewise, you can (and should) transfer your images back to Lightroom after you finish your Photoshop work. Again, if you do this the wrong way (which most people do) you won’t be able to go back and change the edits you applied in Photoshop.
This way you are setting up barriers and obstacles in your workflow that make you much less effective and slower than you need to be.
This is terrible because there actually is a fully non-destructive workflow that lets you go back through the different stages of your editing all they way to the initial import into Lightroom and change any edits you every applied at any time.
This is what I teach you in this course as we edit two different photos from start to finish and apply this workflow.
I will show you:
- How to set up both Lightroom and Photoshop to establish the fully non-destructive workflow
- How to apply initial edits in Lightroom and which edits are adequate at this stage.
- How to transfer your images to Photoshop for digital blending work and other complex tasks that cannot be done in Lightroom.
- How to send your images back from Photoshop to Lightroom in a way so that you can reopen them with all their layers and adjustments in Photoshop at any time to continue or change your Photoshop work.
- How to add a final layer of finishing touches in Lightroom on top of your initial Lightroom edits and your Photoshop edits.
- How to go back at any time and get full access to all your initial edits in Lightroom, your Photoshop work and your finishing touches in Lightroom.
Why is this so damn cool?
Because you will never have to make any terminal decisions ever again. Anything can be changed later on. This makes your workflow incredibly flexible. It lets you edit with peace of mind. And it makes you much more efficient and quicker.
Why aren’t all people doing it the right way by default?
Because they don’t know about it. The ‘default’ way of interoperation indicated in Lightroom and Photoshop is breaking any non-destructive workflow. I don’t know why Adobe does not advertise this better, but the fact of the matter is that even well-known photography instructors use the obvious sub-optimal workflow in their courses, ebooks and YouTube tutorials. I see this again and again.
So I decided to put together this 2.5-hour course so that you know better.
Get the course now as a free bonus when you purchase the Complete Photography Bundle through this link. If you are in doubt about the value of the bundle, check out these 15 reviews I have put together for products that are part of the bundle.
How and when will our 5DayDeal supporters get this course?
As I announced at the very start of this post, if you purchase the Complete Photography Bundle 2016 through any of the links on this website (e.g. this link) then you will get a free copy of this course on top of the bundle.
Please allow 14 days after the bundle sale for me to send you this bonus course. As I am writing this, I am still doing some post-production work to finish the course. So this is indeed hotter than hot off the press.
I will send you an email with the download links as soon as the course is ready.