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 their original colors without having to go through Photoshop.
Love it or hate it, this Lightroom tutorial will show you how to create these popular ?artistic? HDR photos. This effect gives a grunge effect where you can see more details. Note that while many people call this effect HDR, it does not actually make your photo an HDR image.
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.
Have you ever wanted to give your photos a hipster retro look? Like the look that Holga and other Lomo cameras create? This Lightroom tutorial will show you how to create this look using a combination of settings. Best of all, you can create a preset out of this and apply it to any photos […]
Lightroom presets are incredibly useful but there's confusion about the new XMP presets and the old LRTemplate presets. The new XMP Lightroom preset format was released in 2018. What's new and why did they do this? Why are there still LRTemplate presets? In this article, you'll learn the difference between new and old Lightroom presets.
The teal and orange look has been popularized by influencers like Sam Kolder. It's also seen in movies like Transformers 2 and Train to Busan. In this Lightroom tutorial, you'll learn how to shift colors and recreate the teal and orange look.