Lightroom 4 Quirks
I got Lightroom for Christmas! Woohoo! It looks like a pretty powerful tool to say the least! Luckily, I also got Scott Kelby's Lightroom 4 book to help figure this behemoth out! So far so good! However, there's one thing in his book that he does not really address and that's TIFF + JPGs. You see, when I edit a photo, I like to save it as a TIFF, then watermark it and save it again as a JPG to put out on the web. I keep the same file-name, but a new file gets created with the .jpg extension. However, Lightroom wants to organize it so both the TIFF and JPG files are just one, meaning the JPG is a "sidecar" file or a TIFF + JPG. I don't like this at all and I can't seem to find a way to turn this off, unless you do this during your import settings. So, what I had to do was create a whole new folder just for jpgs and move the file in there with Windows Explorer and then import that. There's got to be a better way than this? Anyone out there have any ideas?
Texas Capitol From SoCo #2
Here's a picture I took back in April of last year.. It's a shot of the Texas Capitol from the hill up on South Congress Ave. I took it early in the morning so there wouldn't be much traffic, especially since I decided to take this in the middle of the road! This is a companion to another shot I took where I had zoomed out a bit further...
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