Thought Id share the tutorial here.
It looks pretty detailed.
Sign up to their mailing list ands found it in my emails this morning.
Going to try it myself on the weekend...
Timelapses: How to get the Ken Burns effect (zoom and pan) with Lightroom, LRTimelapse 5 and After Effects.
Although it is a tutorial, I also show my first series of 8k timelapses shot with the Nikon D850
A complete real life post processing for a evening cityscape, using most tools in Lightroom.
In this one I go a bit further, for more advance users, also including Camera Calibration
How to customize the interface and optimize the screen in Photoshop.
For beginners, but can also be useful to intermediate users.
Mastering the basics can save a lot of time on the daily work
I have put together this video with a couple of examples of complete workflow sing only the Basic Panel in Lightroom.
Since I have received a lot of messages regarding the Dehaze tool for standalone versions of Lightroom, I have also posted how to find it
I have seen recently a lot of discussions about the standalone Lightroom vs the CC subscription.
My favorite tool is only available through the subscription, the magic Dehaze slider, in my opinion worth on its own the $10 per month.
I have also found a tiny little bug...