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!
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 its original colors without having to go through Photoshop.
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.
Download these free Colorboost Lightroom profiles by VOXCOLOR to make colors pop. They work in a much different way than Lightroom’s vibrance or saturation and can give you much better results. For example, with vibrance, neutral-color objects (rocks, roads, and white walls) can turn unnaturally colorful. Colorboost lets you boost colors without this flaw.
This is the first time you can do this in Lightroom. In the past, this could only be done in Photoshop using a technique called Vibrancy Masking. The profiles are compatible with Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC.
Learn how to achieve a surreal look in Lightroom with this tutorial by Denny’s Tips. This is a popular effect created by Ben Thomas that have been requested in the postprocessing subreddit. You’ll learn how to shift the hue using a combination of the camera calibration and HSL settings. After learning how it’s done, you’ll be able to create other pastel color combinations using slight variations in the settings. The free presets mentioned in the video can be downloaded from Photoshop Tutorials.
If you do HDR photography, you know how time consuming the postprocessing part of it can be. In this video, you’ll find out how Aurora HDR stack up Lightroom’s HDR Merge. Overall, Aurora HDR is significantly better than Lightroom yet still being easy to use. It’ll let you create stunning HDR photos easier and faster. Plus, it produces less artifacts than Lightroom especially if your photo has moving clouds.