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The four Lightroom collections are collections, quick collections, smart collections and target collections and they're all really useful for different reasons when editing in Lightroom. Along with good use of folders, using collections in Lightroom speeds up your workflow and keeps you organized. via @thelenslounge
Cropping in Lightroom is one of the quickest ways to improve the composition of an image in post production. The Lightroom crop tool is packed with so many options to help with editing and can also be used to straighten photos. Crop and straighten photos individually or several at once. via @thelenslounge
Lightroom shortcuts are the easiest way to speed up your Lightroom workflow to make Lightroom editing easier and more enjoyable. Here are the essential Lightroom shortcuts you need to know for efficient post processing of a shoot. Plus a few Lightroom keyboard shortcuts to use during in person sales for a better client experience. via @thelenslounge
To create color in photos that pops and makes your photos stand out from the crowd you need to do a couple of things. The first step for colors that pop is to plan ahead for great colors in photos. Adobe Lightroom photo editing is the real secret sauce to great colors in photos. When you edit photos in Lightroom you can adjust colors globally or locally for fine color tuning. Discover how to make the most of colors in photos with my Lightroom color photo editing tips.
Editing photos in black and white is half the job of a good black and white photo. A very important half, because with the right editing, black and white photos really come alive. Beautiful black and white photos require more than just removing the color in Lightroom. That's just the beginning! Make the most of your black and white photos with my top tips on creating and editing black and white photos for classic, eye catching images with impact using Lightroom
Color has a huge impact on photos! Discover how to photograph color and how to enhance colors for dynamic photos. Color photography decisions include camera choice, composition, location, clothing, time of day, type of light and how you process your photos in Lightroom or other editing software. I wrote the ultimate guide on using color in photos to help with all aspects of color photography. It includes photo editing tips for processing color in Lightroom for color that pops.
Lightroom presets are great... if you know how to use them. They're not a one stop fix to all your editing woes. Presets are fantastic for speeding up your workflow. If you know how to create a Lightroom preset you can save yourself a ton of time, money and heartache investing in presets that don't work. And as a bonus, once you know how to make a Lightroom preset, if you buy one, you'll know exactly how to tweak it to create amazing Lightroom photo edits quickly.
3 ways to avoid noise in photos to save time in editing, regardless of what camera you have. Image noise in digital photography is like grain in film photography. It looks like speckled flecks in photos and can ruin a photo. Image noise can be reduced in Lightroom quite effectively, but if you've got too much noise, no amount of fixing in post will make the photo look as good as a photo without noise. Discover how to avoid noise in photos and save yourself time editing photos in Lightroom
Lightroom photo editing tips for fixing underexposed photos. If your photo is underexposed, Lightroom has several ways to brighten dark photos. Some photographers underexpose photos on purpose so that highlights are accurately exposed and then brighten the dark areas in Lightroom. Here are my quick and easy tips to brighten photos using Lightroom Classic.
How to get extreme focus in an image. Use focus stacking! Also known as focus bracketing. It's a great way to achieve front to back sharpness in an image. It involves Photoshop, but is a lot easier than you think. Discover more about stacking and how to focus stack, or bracket focus, for super sharp photos! #photography #focus #bracketing #focusstacking
To edit photos confidently you need a digital workflow that makes sense and creates professional looking photos fast, from start to jaw dropping edited finish. If you've read all the Lightroom tutorials and watched all the YouTube videos you can find, but you're still confused about Lightroom catalogs and how to edit photos in Lightroom, you need this course. Piecing together information from tutorials is hard work. Click for my Lightroom editing course for photographers who want results now.
Stuck trying to figure out how to organize your photos? Copy the storage system that I worked out through trial and error so that you don't make the same mistakes. If you don't want to risk losing photos you need to get organized with your photo filing system. Losing photos is the worst thing that could happen to a photographer. Find out how to name and store your photos safely from the beginning so you can easily find them again. #photography #photoorganization #photostorage
Photo organization in Lightroom and a good photo filing system is essential to making sure your photos are safe and easy to find. If you're tearing your hair out trying to figure out photo organization, here's the photo filing system I've developed using Lightroom as database. Even if you don't have Lightroom, you'll need these photo naming and photo organization tips to avoid accidentally deleting your photos. #organization #photography #lightroom #photofiling
If you've bought a Lightroom preset and been disappointed, there's a very good reason. Lightroom presets are a great way of editing photos in Lightroom, because they save you time and give your photos a look you can't achieve by yourself. But Lightroom presets can also be a huge waste of money if you don't know what you're doing. You don't have to be an expert in Lightroom to edit photos with presets, but it really helps to know a few things so you don't waste your money
If you don't want a washed out, white sky, and you don't want to have to fix portrait photos in Photoshop or do sky overlays, you need these tips! Save yourself time editing portraits by getting as much writing in camera. Discover how to avoid an overexposed sky using camera settings to control exposure, knowing when to photograph and understanding direction of light. Editing washed out, overexposed skies in Photoshop is not a good use of your time. #photography #blueskies #editing
Best settings for exporting from Lightroom for sharing on social media and printing. These Lightroom export settings ensure that your prints are perfect and your photos for web and social media are the best quality at the best resolution and the right size. Get great quality photos from Lightroom loaded to Facebook and Instagram for everyone to see them as they really are. #photography #lightroom #exportsettings #phototips
Discover how to use isolation in photography to separate subjects from the background and make them stand out in photos. Learn 4 types of isolation tricks that will take your photography to the next level! There's so much more to it than just a blurry background! #composition #photography #isolatesubject #phototips via @thelenslounge
Lightroom is so much more than a program for editing photos. It's amazing for safely storing your photos too. That's one of the top reasons for using Lightroom. But it's the incredibly powerful editing tools in Lightroom that are the winner for me. Every professional photographer needs to turn their photos around quickly for their clients and this is where Lightroom shines. Time is precious. Even for hobby photographers - rather be photographing than editing photos in Lightroom
Wondering why colors in your photos don't pop? First you need to plan for great colors. Learn what colors work well with each other in photos. Then you need to edit photos for great color, especially if you shoot in RAW. Even small adjustments editing photos in Lightroom will make a huge difference to your photos. Planning a black and white photo - you need to think about colors! Some colors are better in black and white than others. Click for the ultimate color photography tips. #photography