By April 3, 2013 2 Comments

Lightroom 4 Tips for Hybrid Photography: Lightroom Plug-In for ProShow Web

ProShow Web is powerful web-based software for assembling your hybrid photography eProducts and eScapes. You may already be familiar with ProShow Gold and ProShow Producer, but the desktop apps are only available for Windows. The web-based version of the ProShow software works with Mac or Windows, and it includes tons of effects, transitions and music for your projects. There is even an iOS app so you can create projects from your iPad!

It is easy to upload your photos and videos into ProShow Web directly from ADOBE Lightroom 4, thanks to a handy Lightroom plug-in ( In this video I’ll show you how to create an export preset in Lightroom to make a new ProShow project and upload your still images. I’ll also show you an easy way to get your video clips into ProShow Web.

Be sure to check out the first video in this series here… Editing Video & Syncing with Still Photos:

Here is the finished Hybrid eScape.

About the Author:

Rob Knight has been a professional artist in Atlanta, Georgia for over twenty years. He’s been a photographer for more than half of that time, an Adobe Certified Expert since 2009, and an educator since 2010. Whether in the mountains of his home state of Georgia or the rain forests of Costa Rica, Rob loves to chase beautiful light and help other photographers make beautiful images. He is best known for his nature and travel photo workshops, and he feels that hybrid nature photography is the next step for the genre. Rob’s work these days includes shooting video along with stills to create hybrid eScapes. “I think my students are going to be as excited as I am about hybrid nature photography,” Rob explains, “Especially when they learn that they can use tools that they already have to add another layer of creativity and storytelling to their photography.”

2 Comments on "Lightroom 4 Tips for Hybrid Photography: Lightroom Plug-In for ProShow Web"

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  1. Creger says:

    Even though Adobe abandoned my Windows XP operating system with LR4 I’m enjoying your series. I need a computer upgrade. Regardless I’m looking forward to the next installment.

  2. Rob Knight says:

    Thanks Creger!
    LR4 is definitely a big upgrade over LR3 (which I thought was great). Sorry you have to get a new computer to use it, but it just might be worth it ;)


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