Tag: Lightroom

How to Make Creative Lightroom Develop Presets for Portraits

It’s natural for portrait photographers to take lots of photos during a shoot. Therefore, it’s also helpful to have a system in Lightroom that allows you to save time processing your portraits. The easiest way to do this is with Develop Presets. A Develop Preset is a record of the processing work you have done […]

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How I Became a Better Photographer By Analyzing My Lightroom Statistics

Math is awesome: it can help you uncover hidden trends and weaknesses that might be present in your work. With this free online tool, you can get a great breakdown of your camera and lens usage, your favorite apertures, and much more. Here’s what I learned. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to […]

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New: The Ultimate Lightroom Workflow at 52% Off

If you are struggling with photo editing or Adobe Lightroom in any way, you should take a look at this! Professional Aussie photographer Johny Spencer has a photographer’s dream job; he’s a full-time Professional photographer for the National Parks Service in Australia. This means he takes thousands of photos a month… and then edits them […]

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How to Use the Folders Panel in Lightroom

The web is full of articles about Lightroom’s Develop Module. It’s the flash part of Lightroom, making our images look so much better. It truly is the heart of Lightroom, but if you can’t find images when you need them, you may as well have never shot them. That’s where the Folders Panel in Lightroom. […]

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Lightroom Before and After

When editing a photograph in Lightroom, it is often useful to compare what the image looked like when you started out (the “Before”), to the changes you have made so far (the “After”). This way, you can keep track of your edits and understand how the different sliders and check marks within Lightroom affect your […]

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Snapshot vs Virtual Copy in Lightroom

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a snapshot and a virtual copy in Lightroom? They are both options that you can use to preserve image settings, but they work in very different ways. A while back I posted an article and video titled how to create a Lightroom snapshot that briefly explained […]

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Photoshop Versus Lightroom: Which is Best for Beginners?

If you’re new to photography, you’re likely wondering how to post-process or edit your photos. There is a wide selection of photo editing software to choose from, but the two that you probably hear debated the most are Adobe Photoshop versus Lightroom. So what are the main differences and which program is best for beginners and […]

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