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.
One of the most common effects on Instagram is the desaturated look that looks close to grayscale but not exactly. The reds and blues are still there but the rest of the colors are gray. This effect is used for fashion, rooftopping and all sorts of photos. An example of this is Jacqueline Mikuta’s Instagram. In this tutorial, I’ll show you the recipe to create this look easily.
Want to learn a photo effect that makes almost any photo look better? This Lightroom tutorial will show you how! It’s a photo effect similar to the Instagram Nashville effect …
Cropping is one of the most essential things to learn. In this tutorial, you will learn how to straighten tilted photos, work with custom aspect ratios, what the constrain to crop option is all about, and how to change the crop overlay using a hotkey. In short, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the Crop tool.
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 wanted to give your photos an 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 using one click. Follow this tutorial then download the free Lightroom preset!
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!
What do you do with boring daylight photos? Here’s a color effect you can add in seconds with Lightroom! This Lightroom tutorial will show you how to do this with just a warm white balance, purple gradual filter, and a little split toning.