For those of us that use and love Lightroom, new features pop up from time to time. Lightroom’s Color Grading feature replaces Split Toning. At first? Shock factor! Split Toning is awesome and is one of my go-to tools. After playing with Color Grading though, my breathing returns to normal and I’m psyched. Read on […]
The Blue Hour is that period of time just before the sun rises and just after the sun sets. Depending on location and time of year, it lasts for different periods of time. However it is a time that is a great inspiration to photographers. Get notified of our free six part video series on […]
Any work that we process in general, is completed following a particular methodology in order to achieve perfection. You actually follow a workflow from start to finish, completing various steps in between. In this article, we will look at the photoshop workflow for efficient post processing of images.
If you have dabbled a little with Photoshop, you will know just how powerful an editing tool it is. One of the many elements that contribute to this are layers. Photoshop layers allow the photographer to stack images, graphics and other elements on top of each other. Perhaps the simplest form a layer can take […]
Lightroom Classic is by far the most popular image management and editing tool out there. Its abilities to both catalog our images and carry out complex post production make it the go to tool for many photographers. No matter how good Lightroom is, it does have a number of serious issues. Performance is one of […]
A while ago, I was looking at ways to improve the performance of Lightroom. One solution was to move the entire catalog to an SSD drive. The actual process was remarkably easy. However, it also got me thinking about some of the other obscure but handy things you can do in Lightroom. I spend a […]