The Digital Darkroom; File Management

As promised the video companion has been added to the first post in the Digital Darkroom Series.
Raewyn, Amy, Andrea, Carrie and Mike you said you would be interested in videos I hope you like the first one.

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The Digital Darkroom is a new series of weekly posts for those who have just started or want to know more about image editing. There are many different editing programs out there, the flagship being Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. We should not forget Gimp, Photoplus, PaintShop Pro and Picasa.  In the Digital Darkroom series I will be focusing on Photoshop and Lightroom.

If you wish to watch the companion video for this series you can so here

Is there a difference between Lightroom and Photoshop?
Lightroom is primarily a File management system with “basic” editing adjustments. Created for the digital era, Lightroom was design for people taking a lot of photos downloading, sorting and then editing them, before sending the files out for multiple uses; web, publishing, cd and print. Photoshop was design in the era when files were scanned 10 at a time and editing was for one…

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