Getting your images on Instagram using Lightroom Mobile is a fairly straightforward process and once you have it sync’d, you’ll be glad you did, because streamlining this sort of process really does make a different to how much time we’re on social media versus editing and shooting!
We’re looking at the concept that less is more in photography. It’s true and can be applied to multiple areas of interest in your work. Okay, if we were referring to sports & wildlife, things maybe a little different but check this guide out for some GREAT top tips.
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.
It’s now become mainstream to use drones for photography, which means having some sort of guide as to buying one is pretty important, right? This article gives different photographers considering purchasing a drone a little simpler. We’ve done the homework.
Finding a different perspective in your photography WILL improve your photos, no exceptions. It means you’re transforming your skills continuously because you can start applying these fantastic tips right from stepping out your front door…TODAY.
So, fill in flash as you know can have some dynamic and fantastic results when used correctly and really can add that missing element of partially underexposed images – often with portraits, this can be the eyes, nose and below the chin – let’s find out more.
There are many types of photographers at photokina and we name 8 of the ones you definitely want to try and avoid…at all costs, if you want to enjoy it!
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.
Whether you’re doing things right or feel every other photo you take is a throw-away, these signs of a poor photograph will help you understand where you’re going wrong and how you can turn it around.
It’s a common problem, shooting in low light without a tripod but it doesn’t mean your photos should suck. In fact, it means you can think outside the box for a change and rely on awesome photography with even less gear. Check out this guide to find out more.