Spots are best taken care of before you print, but that isn't always the case because they are so hard to see. Learn how to take your spot detection into overdrive with Lightroom's Visualize Spots option.
Learn how to use the power of Synchronize and Auto Sync to take all of the work that you have done in one image and transfer the changes to other images inside of Lightroom. Just remember to turn off the Auto Sync once you have finished!
Sometimes you will want to move images that sit inside of an existing collection and want to include all of the changes you have made to them as well as the source files for the pictures. Lightroom lets you export this Collection as a Catalog, preserving all of the chances you have made and bringing all of the negative files, Previews, and Smart Previews along with it.
Smart Collections are a great way for you to find files in your Lightroom Catalog that adhere to a specific criteria. In this video RC goes over how to use Smart Collections to find the files you need exactly when you need them.
Learn the difference between a vector graphic and a rasterized graphic (pixel based) and find out why the flexibility and resolution independent nature of vector graphics can really be a bonus for the designer.
A simple introduction into how to create a custom vector shape. You will also learn the different options that you can addd or adjust to the shape as well.
Being able to take a basic shape and modify it into something different and unique is a great technique for design. Learn how to take your shape building to the next level.
Paths are the building blocks of everything in vector graphics, so understanding how to add paths together to make new shapes is a great foundational skill. Learn more about how this works.
Edges and Corners don't have to stay the same, you can adjust and edit each one to great a completely different look. Learn how to use the tools and handles to change things up.
Learn what a vector mask is and how you can use it to adjust/ hide all or parts of your image. Understand how the tonality of the mask can change the transparency.
The Pen tool is one of the most basic but also most powerful tools in creating and shaping paths. Learn how to use the Pen tool to create a simple Polygon.
Bezier tools are simply tools that create beautiful smooth curves that you control. Learn about how to do this and some of the tools available to help you create the look you want.