Give this a try before you open Lightroom to edit next time! These 6 things will set you up for consistent edits and keep your coloring on point…Read More
I think the look of film is so much more than a trend. The look of film shaped the world’s view of photography until digital was introduced in 1975. Warm skin tones and a blue-er background are just nice to look at. So it’s no wonder that everyone is wondering how to make digital look like film.Read More
There’s just something about opening your windows in the summer, right?! In the midwest, it’s a big deal when spring finally happens and it’s warm the whole day! You may have heard this before, but our weather can swing from 70 to 30 in 12 hours. So basically we dress in layers if we plan to leave the house!Read More
You open Lightroom for another editing session, bound and determined to make the editing process feel like a trip to the spa.
You and I both want those Light & Airy images, and sure, sometimes you’ll have to deal with editing tricky images, but having a bit of a formula definitely wouldn’t hurt. We took our must-happen-to-every-image edits and put them in a free preset just for you, so if you don’t have that freebie yet, now’s a good time to click, download, install, and come back to this post so you can learn just a bit more about LR secrets that will give your image just a bit of a boost.
Open Lightroom and let’s chat about four areas you won’t necessarily use on every image, but when the time is right, these secrets add that extra somethin’-somethin’ to your photo.Read More
If you do a quick Google search, you might see a tutorial that involves just opening the Develop module (located in the top right menu in Lightroom), locating the presets section and right clicking on User Presets —> Import...
Never do this when importing presets into Lightroom. We've gotta keep Lightroom easy for you to use…Read More
Next time you’re working with a tricky image, try using the Lightroom radial filter to brighten (or darken) parts of the image.Read More