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.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create an urban desaturated look that's perfect for nighttime cityscapes. You'll learn how to isolate oranges and create a faded film look.
Learn this technique which will show you how to create an unlimited number of surreal effects in Lightroom! The tutorial by Denny's Tips starts off by shifting the hue towards two colors. Then, using RGB curves, he shows you how to create simple adjustments that create big colorful tints.
Curves is the most powerful and useful tool you can learn. It can replace many settings such as white balance, exposure, contrast, and split toning. But there's been one question that hasn't been discussed. Why use it over other Lightroom settings? In this video by Denny's Tips, you'll learn why you should use curves. 00:25 […]
Learn how to create a standard film look in Lightroom. This tutorial will show you the starting steps to recreate the colors and tones of common film presets. You won't get the exact settings to use but you'll learn the process. Why? Because it's a skill that you can use to recreate many other film […]