Did you know that you can turn many of your cold landscape photos into breathtaking sunrise/sunset photos? And you can do it all inside Lightroom? This tutorial will show you how to do just that while keeping it realistic without that manipulated look.
Are you a food photographer or restaurant owner? Here are some secrets used by professional food photographers to make your photos look more appetizing – all done inside Lightroom. You’ll learn how to give your food a light glow, improve the colors, and more!
Here’s a great Lightroom tutorial that’ll show you how to create an awesome red/blue cross-process photo with a retro round border! This tutorial will teach you how to apply a …
Create your own random VSCO-style effect in Lightroom with these simple steps. This tutorial shows how you can mix a tone curve adjustment with completely random color adjustments to create your own film-like effect.
Masashi Wakui is popular for his captivating night photos of Japan. Wakui’s photos have this unique color effect that adds a touch of emotion to it. But what’s special is not the effect, but the technique used to create the effect. It involves just moving the existing nodes in the Tone Curve settings – you don’t even need to add any nodes. This technique can be used to create a variety of faded effects.
Lightroom has no option to invert photos but using an easy trick with the Tone Curve, you can invert any photos you like! This is great for giving your photos an x-ray look or even to simply invert your slides/film/scans back to its original colors without having to go through Photoshop.
Clouds are arguably one of the most photographed yet boring photos – they usually come out low in contrast. This Adobe Lightroom tutorial will show you how to improve your cloud photos with quick adjustments. These quick adjustments will give your clouds better contrast and color.
There are many touted Lightroom workflow systems but many of them break one of the most important best practices – that is creating folders on your drive instead of using collections. Why do people do this? And even more importantly, why should you not do this? Read this article and find out why you should use collections right from the start.