Tag: Lightroom

Why There are 6 Types of Lightroom Previews and How to Use Them

Previews are an essential part of the Lightroom workflow. But with so many different types of Lightroom previews, it’s easy to get confused. For example, do you know the difference between minimal, standard and 1:1 previews? Or what a Smart Preview does? Or why 1:1 previews are useless in the Develop module? The differences are […]

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New: Lightroom CC Essential Workflow for Photographers

Professional landscape photographer James Brandon recently surveyed his workshop attendees and 70% of them asked for more in-depth training specifically on Adobe Lightroom. So he spent the last 6 months working on this new in-depth course. The reviews have been great and we were able to negotiate a 50% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal […]

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Deal Today: 300 Amazing Lightroom Presets for 1-Click Photo Editing

This comprehensive bundle of Lightroom presets from ShutterPulse covers everything from cinema style effects to light leaks and much much more. With these 330+ presets you will be able to post-process and edit any of your photos with just a single click. We were able to negotiate a huge discount for our readers today which ends soon, they would […]

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How to Create a Retro Faded Look Using Lightroom or Photoshop

You’ve probably seen images floating around because it’s popular these days, you know, the ones with the retro faded look. It’s pretty popular with the instagram and wedding photography crowd. It’s not my fancy but I am all about empowering photographers to shoot what they have in mind. If that happens to be retro-faded here’s […]

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How to Simulate the Look of Analog Film Using Lightroom

The tones and organic nature of analog film are things many of us have began to long for in our digital age. Don’t worry, though, this will not be an article about the merits or disadvantages of digital photography or whether film is better or worse than digital. The purpose of this tutorial is to […]

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How to Color Grade a Photo in Lightroom: Cinematic Style

Do you wish your still photos had a cinematic quality or looked like they came straight out of a movie? Believe it or not, the look is actually pretty easy to create in Lightroom. Stock photographer Christi Kerekes shows us how: Color grading, the process of altering and enhancing the color of your image, first started […]

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5 Reasons to Use Lightroom for Portrait Retouching

There are some photographers who use Photoshop or plugins such as Portrait Pro to do portrait retouching. There is nothing wrong with this and these programs can do an excellent job, especially if you retouch portraits at a high level. But you may be surprised at just what an excellent job Lightroom also does at […]

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