In this tutorial we’ll show you several reasons why Lightroom can be as effective a tool as Photoshop, and – for those who need to make swift, useful changes to their raw images – much more accessible.
Adobe Lightroom offers powerful highlight and shadow recovery tools that can go a long way towards rescuing your images from common exposure problems. Find out how to use Lightroom to reclaim lost detail and stop wasting otherwise good pictures!
Your photo editing doesn’t have to take all day. In this Adobe Lightroom tutorial you’ll discover how to speedily sync your raw files and save hours of screen time.
In the latest of our Adobe Lightroom tutorials we show you how to lift lifeless skies and reveal hidden detail with a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Adobe Lightroom’s Graduated Filter.
Mastering Adobe Lightroom doesn’t take long, but it does require you to get your head around a particular workflow – and, for those used to Photoshop’s pixel-pushing approach, a slight shift in mindset too. In this quick Adobe Lightroom tutorial we’ll show you how to master the basics in no time at all.
Our Adobe Lightroom 5 tutorial explains how to use the new tools in the Develop Module to enhance, retouch and correct distortion.
What’s new in Adobe Lightroom 5? We put the software’s new features to the test to see how they might change the way you work in our Adobe Lightroom 5 review.
In our latest Adobe Lightroom tutorial we show you how to work more efficiently by using Adobe Lightroom presets, which you can use to create a range of punchy special effects.
Adobe Lightroom has quietly become one of the best photo editing software options for photographers thanks to its easy-to-use interface and extensive range of tools and controls. In our latest Raw Tuesday post, our Adobe Lightroom tutorial shows you how to use Lightroom’s Develop module for perfect edits.
Whether you’ve just started using Adobe Lightroom or you’re an experienced hand, knowing how to organize your photos sensibly is a must. In this quick guide we show you a common-sense way of setting up your Lightroom library.