Yes, another 5 more time-saving tips for adobe lightroom which you can apply to your photography post production workflow right away! Let the pros figure all this stuff out so you can just breeze through Lightroom like you’ve known these tips all along.
In this guide: lightroom collections explained, you’ll understand just how powerful and efficient the use of Collections are to your workflow in Lightroom! Understand why you should use them and how to get the most out of collections to massively improve your Lightroom processing routine.
We’ve got lightroom tips and tricks, six of them. These tips will help you ensure your Lightroom workflow is quicker and easier, with added performance!
If you want to improve your photos in lightroom, as in create flat looking images into punchy uplifted photos, then you’ll want to have a peek here at just some of the simple adjustments which could be holding your images back from their true greatness!
This article – introduction to lightroom, will show you the ropes and how Lightroom is setup for you, the photographer. If you don’t own it, take a peek because you could be missing some things to make your photo workflow so much better!
This photoshop adjustment layer tutorial will enable you to get a faster, less time-consuming and simpler way of editing in Photoshop whilst still producing some excellent, high-quality images!
On Lightstalking we have a brand new lightroom cc tutorial, where Adobe have done their magic and updated LR in the Creative Cloud. Learn more here about what’s new with the Guide Upright Tool.
When looking to create a panorama in Lightroom with HDR images, we imagine a half-baked tool that “kinda works” and is ok. Find out why this isn’t true and Lightroom has come on further than you think in creating beautiful images you only dreamed about!
Now that Silver Efex Pro 2 is really becoming somewhat of a serious rival to Adobe’s Lightroom, it’s no wonder people are curious to know how their post production could be improved within Google’s Nik Collection.
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!