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A Smart Object is a non-destructive way of referencing a fi le’s original. This
means that once in Photoshop we can resize, rescale, apply fi lters, etc. and can
always revert back to our original. So imagine an image sent from Lightroom to
Photoshop is downsized for web use and sharpened, but then later you need to
send that same fi le out of Photoshop as a full res CMYK with diff erent sharpening.


This is no problem! Smart Objects embrace Lightroom’s live, re-editable
workfl ow.
© Bryan O’Neil Hughes
Merge to HDR in Photoshop
Bracketed shots can quickly and easily be sent to Photoshop where they’re
merged and converted to 32-bit HDR High Dynamic Range to extend the visible
information throughout the spectrum.
Open as Layers in Photoshop
Whether you want to do something really tricky like create a time-lapse video,
use CS4’s newfound ability to add depth of fi eld in auto-blend, or just composite
various images into one, Lightroom now works closely with Photoshop to allow
you to bring a series of images into one Photoshop fi le as Layers to be merged in
Lightroom – that way all the data looks as consistent as possible.
Merge to Panorama in Photoshop
Talk about a time-saver, not only can you send multiple images over
to Photoshop to leverage its incredibly powerful alignment engine,
but you can also blend, remove vignetting and correct for geometric
distortion (all new in CS4). Another great and unknown feature in CS4 is
that the “Auto layout” knows best: you don’t have to choose which sort
of composite your merge looks the most like, though I should mention
you have more choices there too. Once you’ve selected this option
(only available with two or more images) you will be presented with the
dialog (right). Photoshop takes care of the rest. Saving the new image
fi le will place the merged composite back in the Lightroom’s Library
Module alongside the original!
A tip for getting better panoramas is to lock exposures when you
originally record them and synch settings amongst the fi les to be
merged in Lightroom – that way all of the data looks as consistent as
possible.Adobe Bridge CS4 is a powerful and easy-to-use visually-oriented media
manager, organizer, fi le browser, and navigational tool. Bridge off ers much of
the same functionality as the Lightroom Library Module, however Bridge does
not require the importing or exporting of data in order to use it. Bridge can
be used to visually browse all the images on your computer and external hard
drives instantly. For this reason alone, Bridge remains an essential component
of the integrated workfl ow process. If you work with images frequently in
Photoshop, Bridge can be invaluable in expediting workfl ow. Additionally, if
you know both Bridge and Lightroom, you can use Bridge to process a batch
of raw images in the background, which frees up Lightroom for other tasks.
Use Lightroom as an image database and primary digital darkroom in the
integrated workfl ow. Use Bridge as your image navigational tool for locating
images with any format visually and for launching them into Photoshop when
you are not working in Lightroom, and for background batch processing. As
Bridge and Lightroom share the same camera raw engine, and Bridge has the
capability to do many of the same workfl ow tasks we outlined in Lightroom
(although not as effi cient and with fewer features,) for the specifi c focus of this
text we have bypassed the redundancy and outlined an overview of Bridge
for its usefulness in the integrated workfl ow process.
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Note:
Bridge can also preview
and play video which
some new SLRs record!