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!
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.
Old buildings, ruins, and other old buildings can sometimes look flatter than you want them to be. This Lightroom tutorial will show you how to apply local contrast and give your photo that dramatic look.
Have you ever want to improve the look of your skin without spending so much time in Photoshop? Lightroom lets you do this in seconds and we’re going to show you three ways of doing it starting with easy to advance. Unfortunately, Lightroom is pretty limited so the airbrushed look you get cannot compete with some Photoshop techniques.
Have you ever tried converting your photo to black and white but end up getting flat results? This Lightroom tutorial will guide you through the process of creating great black and white photos – no longer will you have to settle for boring flat-toned photos!
Do you have a bunch of low-contrast photos that needs retouching? And you need to do it fast?We’ll show you a workflow for retouching low contrast photos and one of Lightrooms best trick for removing the guesswork out of retouching photos. This tutorial is intended for beginners new to retouching with Adobe Lightroom.
Autumn photos usually come out dull straight from your camera. In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn how to shift autumn foliage using a tool that makes editing colors easier. I’ll also give you a few tricks to achieving the maximum color intensity for your autumn photos.