In this Lightroom tutorial, you'll learn how to create a film look for wedding photography. You'll start by adjusting colors to simulate the light and airy look of typical wedding presets, create whiter whites, increase contrast, and add film-like grain. A free wedding film preset is available to download at the end of the tutorial.
Do you want to invert your photos in Lightroom quickly and easily? Download these free profiles! There are three different profiles included: Invert, Invert Luminosity and Invert Color. These profiles are useful for inverting scanned film or to create an effect, such as an x-ray effect.
Whether you're on the beach in Maldives or boardwalk in California, this bright pastel look is perfect for your summertime photos. In this Lightroom tutorial, you'll learn how to create this pastel look by starting with a flat base tone and making color adjustments. A free preset is available for you at the end of […]
If you're like most photographers, you have a lot of photos. And if you're like most photographers, you probably struggle to keep them organized. This can lead to frustration and lost time when it comes time to find that one photo you need. In this Lightroom tutorial, we will discuss 5 ways to organize your photos in Lightroom for greater efficiency!
Cityscapes at night can be a breathtaking experience, and they're perfect for bold editing styles like this one. In this Lightroom tutorial, you'll learn how to create fiery red city lights and a contrasting blue tone. You'll start by creating a two-color red and blue look. Then, you'll learn how to make colors pop with the Colorboost profiles. And for the final step, you'll learn how to use to tone down the sky.
Are you looking for a way to use LUTs in Lightroom? If so, then you may want to try creating Lightroom profiles. It is the only way to use LUTs in Lightroom. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to convert your LUTs into profiles that you can use in Lightroom.