A: Ed Gregory: Everything about Lightroom in 15 minutes!
B: Tim Grey: Contrast and Compare: Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC
C: Tony Higginson: Shooting (and processing in Photoshop) a vertical panorama
D: Tony Higginson: An introduction to RAW processing in Photoshop
E: John Adams: Creating a single image Triptych in Lightroom"
F: Gavin Hoey: Creating a single image triptych in Photoshop
G: John Pivko: How to Add Realistic Fog Atmosphere to Your Images
H: Aaron Nace: How to stretch images using Photoshop's Content-Aware Scale tool
I: Aaron Nace: Adding lightrays to your image using Adobe Photoshop
J: Toby Gelston: Photograph the night sky - particularly the Milky Way
K: Robin Whalley: Perfect Prints Every Time
L: José Ramirez: Get rid of fringing
A. An Introduction to Lightroom
Now to try out lightroom. If you can stand the pace, this is a brilliant overview of the most popular functions.
B. Lightroom CC or Lightroom Classic CC
Many of us are Lightroom users and Adobe have just brought out their latest version and called it Lightroom CC ...hmmm ...isn't that what we already had? Yes it is, but what we had has now been rebranded Lightroom 'Classic' CC. Tim Grey of Grey Learning explains the confusion in his latest production:
C. Photoshop - Processing a Vertical Panorama
There are literally hundreds of videos available to assist and teach the use of Adobe editing products and I shall just keep putting up examples. Adrian spotted these which feature Tony Higginson. In the first one he is shooting and then post processing a landscape of Loch Assynt using Photoshop. 18 minutes long, but full of good information ...and I do like the finished product!
D. An Introduction to RAW Processing in Photoshop
In this video Tony Higginson explains how to process RAW files of landscapes in Photoshop.
E. Processing a Triptych in Adobe Lightroom
John Adams presents a step by step illustration of how to create a triptych on one image out of three discrete shots.
F. Processing a Triptych in Adobe Photoshop
Gavin Hoey presents a step by step illustration of how to create a triptych on one image out of three discrete shots.
G: Creating a misty atmosphere using Adobe Lightroom
John Pivko explains how to add a realistic fog atmosphere to your images.
H: Stretching an image using Adobe Photoshop's Content-Aware Scale tool
Aaron Nace explains and demonstrates the Content-Aware features.
I: How to add lightrays to your image using Adobe Photoshop
Aaron Nace Time to add light rays to your image using Photoshop.
J: How to photograph the night sky - with particular attention to the Milky Way
This video makes reference to apps that are available for smartphones. (a) PhotoPills a brilliant photographers' assistant with all kinds of ephemeris available offline. Also Dark Sky Finder for iOS or Dark Sky Map for Android
K: A process for printing your images
Robin Whalley explains his 5-step process to getting perfect prints every time using the print features of Lightroom
L: Get rid of fringing
José Ramirez has to be one of the very best Youtube instructors on Photoshop. Here he explains a couple of little known techniques for tackling fringing.