A Quick Trip from Lightroom to Photoshop
by James Duncan Davidson
As the photographer for O'Reilly conferences the last three years, I've had lots of opportunities to make photographs of Tim O'Reilly. Most of these photographs are standard stage fare with front lighting and general stage props. They get the job done, to be sure, but I've been trying different things over time to make a more unique shot. At the Web 2.0 Summit last week, almost everything lined up just right and I had the opportunity to make a photograph of Tim that I really like.
|Thanks James, I continue to use PS for much the same thing. I was wondering however if there is a way to save the unflattened PSD file in LR and to be able to access that again?|
|James Duncan Davidson
|Ashley: That's a good question. I've only worked with flattened PSD's and haven't tried a layered one.|