Lightroom and Photoshop Tips

Getting Photoshop and Lightroom to Work Together

Matt Kloskowski is a photography and Photoshop instructor with OnOne, Inc. In addition to his numerous podcasts and tutorials, Matt is a best-selling author of over 20 Photoshop and digital photography books.

Like it or not, Photoshop and Lightroom are important tools that can enhance your imagery greatly. In part one, Matt breaks down color space and teaches you how to get Photoshop and Lightroom to work together so you can take full advantage of each program’s capabilities.

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3 Responses to “Getting Photoshop and Lightroom to Work Together”

  1. Sabrina says:

    Thank you, just the information I’ve been looking for! Can’t wait to hear the rest of the series.

  2. Bill says:

    Matt; Thank you for the video. A few questions if you don’t mind. Why not select ProPhoto RGB as Photoshop’s working space? Is it simply because most common monitors can only display sRGB and any other color space would be of little additional value? In your experience would there be a situation where using sRGB would adversely impact editing due to reduced color space – using a ‘standard’ monitor? Finally, why select TIFF instead of PSD files?

  3. Tricia says:

    Thank you for this very informative video on the correct settings in order to get Lightroom & Photoshop to work together. It was simple to understand, short, & just what I needed!