Tag Archives: Lightroom

Lightroom Coffee Break: Using the Auto Settings in Lightroom Classic CC

  In this video, Benjamin Warde describes the recently improved Auto adjustment feature in Lightroom Classic CC and how to use it for specific adjustments instead of globally.   B&H carries Adobe Photography Plan subscriptions. Canon, Nikon and Sony News, … Continue reading

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How to Easily Watermark Your Images Using Lightroom

In this article, I’m going to show you just how easy it is to watermark your images using Lightroom. With photography, it’s the simple things which often become the most important. Simple moments like the sun shining through that perfect … Continue reading

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How to Add or Remove a Vignette Using Lightroom

You have likely seen photos on the internet which are well-exposed at the center, but the brightness starts reducing towards the edges. If you are not familiar with the name of this effect, it is called an edge vignette or … Continue reading

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Lightroom and ACR get major Camera Profiles update

Adobe has announced a major update to the Camera Profiles feature in Lightroom Classic CC, Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR). They're now known simply as Profiles, and Adobe is looking to make them easier to find by moving … Continue reading

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How to Get the Most from Lightroom Presets

Where should I start when talking about Lightroom presets? The subject has been covered so many different ways by so many different writers that at times even I think there’s nothing left to say. Or is there? Most of us … Continue reading

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“Strike a Pose Workflow” Review – Lightroom Presets for portrait retouching

Strike a Pose Workflow Review “Lightroom Preset Collection for Portraits”   Today I’ll be reviewing a new product from Sleeklens.com, collection of Lightroom development presets and brushes they are calling “Strike a Pose Workflow“.  These tools are specific to editing … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Upgrade From Lightroom 6 to Lightroom Classic CC

If you’re a Lightroom 6 user you may be wondering whether it’s time to upgrade to Lightroom Classic CC. Yes, it will cost you more to move over to the Lightroom Classic subscription, but you will receive a lot of … Continue reading

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Lightroom Coffee Break: Hiding Modules and Panels in Lightroom Classic

  Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom CC has so many features that quickly accessing certain tools can be an issue at times. In this video, Benjamin Warde demonstrates some techniques for making Lightroom’s user interface a little less cluttered.   B&H carries … Continue reading

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Vibrance vs. Saturation in Lightroom

Just what is the difference between the vibrance and saturation sliders in Lightroom? They both change color, right? They do, but each one does it in a slightly different way. In this video, Lauren Lim from PhotographyConcentrate demonstrates what the … Continue reading

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The 6 Most Important Things You Need to Know in Lightroom

Quick note: Check out Lightroom expert Andrew’s brand new Mastering Lightroom Email Course; enrollment is open until the end of February. Whether you’re new to Lightroom or have been using it for years there are certain things you need to … Continue reading

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How to Rescue an Image in Lightroom With Split Toning

Split toning is one of the most overlooked features in Lightroom (or any post-processing program for that matter). It’s a technique used mostly in the film industry and is apparent in just about any action movie poster. You know the … Continue reading

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