Black and white street photography, of course, is done in post production. We can use the many tools of Adobe Lightroom to illustrate how it’s done so that you have developed a creative workflow ready and waiting every time you’re back from shooting the streets!
Adobe’s Lightroom is a fantastic photo organizer and overall image editing tool. It’s kind of a powerhouse of software for photographers! These seven tips will ensure you are utilizing it to the best you can to enhance your workflow, improve organization and enjoy your post sessions even more.
Love it or hate it, the HDR technique is here to stay. Now, while some people may love the strong effects used by some HDR proponents, many don’t even notice when they see an understated HDR shot. Wherever you fall on the spectrum though, using HDR is a useful skill to have in your repetoir, […]
In this article, we’ll provide a quick run down of what Adobe’s latest Creative Cloud updates are as part of a Lightroom subscriber, how to use them & more info you might be interested in as a subscriber to the Cloud.
Adobe Lightroom is a pretty exceptional piece of Software for photographers, so follow this article of tips to ensure your version is running at maximum capacity.
In our latest Software Review, we look at ACDSee’s Ultimate 9 image editing software and put it through it’s paces, primarily comparing with Lightroom. Included are the pros, the cons and everything in between!
Using the data saved from your images can really help out your workflow and complete management of your photos. Ensure you understand how, with us!
Lightroom users! We have a great tutorial here on how you can fully utilize the power of the Details Tab, by really boosting the quality of your images…
Converting images to Black and White or “Monochrome”, can really put that kick into your images that are lacking presence. Check out this Lightroom post…
By default, we are used to Photoshop doing the heavy lifting, with all sorts of techniques and tricks being used. However, Lightroom is a tool that can’t be underestimated in this field too. Ok, it doesn’t have the flexibility that Photoshop does, but it’s certainly very capable at retouching portraits.