Lightroom Adventure Slideshow


To help celebrate the 1.0 release of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, the Lightroom Adventure Team has released a beautiful 800x600 slideshow with soundtrack. The 4:40 presentation includes photos from a variety of Adventure photographers, complete with piano music by Kevin MacLeod. This presentation is a healthy 16 MBs, so you might have to wait a minute or two for the download to complete. (I initially had "fast start" enabled, but it broke when I added the ID3 tags.)

Speaking of preparing the movie, it was actually a bit of a challenge for Mikkel Aaland and me to create using Lightroom. The problem was that you can only export slideshows to PDF out of Lightroom, so we had to overcome that in order to create this presentation. Mikkel has just blogged an interesting write up about how we accomplished this in his post titled, A Lightroom QuickTime Slideshow. Yes, QuickTime!. If you're using Lightroom, you might want to take a peek at what he has to say.

You can download the Lightroom Adventure Slideshow here.

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Thanks for sharing the Lightroom Adventure Slideshow. The subtle music was a nice part of the show and there were some great photos. It is nice for serious photographers to see what the work of professionals looks like.

Photos and slide show was nice and I was glad to see lightroom add this feature. I was a bit disapointed that they did not add more options on the fades and translations from slide to slide. Mabe in the next vershions.

Thanks for showing us the Slideshow feture on Lightroom. The Photos and music were very nice. A joy to watch the pro's work. I was a bit disapointed that they did not include more features on the disolve or fades, from slide to slide. If you could slow down the fade from slide to slide to make the translution softer. Mabe on the next vershion?

Didn't anyone notice that the "Hyper-saturation" button was stuck on? Boy, what a phoney set of photos. Surely the scenery was interesting enough without that kind of treatment?