Do you have a large unruly collection of images scattered over multiple hard drives? Are you locked down at home with little to do? If so, this is the article for you. Adobe Lightroom is probably the most advanced image cataloging software on the market. Its power, however can often the fact that there are […]
Saturation in images can be a very tricky thing to get right. If you shoot raw, then your image files will not have any extra Saturation added to them. If you shoot jpeg, then depending on your settings your image could be under saturated or unnaturally over saturated. In order to get the very best […]
For some photographers, Lightroom represents the perfect specimen of an editing application. Not only does it allow you to organize your files, Lightroom possesses virtually everything you need to do serious photo editing. Unless you need to work with layers — but even then, Lightroom integrates seamlessly with Photoshop. While Lightroom is nowhere near as […]
We at Light Stalking, like many other photographers, love the Golden Hour. And what’s not to like? Beautiful yellow/orange light, long soft shadows, and silhouettes, it’s a beautiful time of day and simply the most magical light if captured correctly. Sometimes though, are you a little underwhelmed when you see the final image on your […]
No matter if you’re shooting landscapes or portraits, it seems that almost all outdoor photographs suffer from the same disease when they come out of the camera. The most common issues you’ll face almost every time you shoot something outdoors are overly bright skies, foregrounds that are too dark and a general lack of contrast […]
It’s a fact that even the most beautifully composed image will fall apart if it includes a dull, lifeless sky. A great sky, on the other hand, can boost the impact of an image immensely. The problem is that we are at the mercy of Mother Nature and she is not always forthcoming about giving us the sky we need. Today we are going to look at some ways to improve your skies using Lightroom.