Everyone wants to save time on their photo editing, and in this tutorial we’ll show you how to use Lightroom presets to help speed up your time on the computer.
In this Adobe Lightroom tutorial we’ll show you six fundamental edits that you can apply to any picture you take.
Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular raw conversion and image editing software packages around, and now that it is supplied with Photoshop CC as part of Adobe’s photography plan, it’s being used by even more people. In this article we take a look at a few Lightroom tricks that this powerful package has up its sleeve.
Discover how to take your first steps with Lightroom and explain how to import photos in Lightroom 5, how to add metadata and then organise your images into collections.
Discover how to create a customised, virtual photo gallery, which you can then export or upload to a website using the Lightroom Web Gallery feature.
Discover how Lightroom syncs both your photos and your adjustments with your iPad – you can even see your Collections in a web browser – using Adobe’s new Lightroom Mobile companion app.
Go beyond simple saturation tweaks and learn how to selectively enhance, adjust and alter colours in our latest Adobe Lightroom tutorial.
Do your highlights look blown out? Do your shadows look too dark? In the latest of our Lightroom tutorials learn how to use the software’s Histogram to reveal hidden detail.
Are your seascapes often flat and lifeless? In this tutorial we show you how to use selective adjustments and Clarity in Adobe Lightroom to add punch and contrast to your images.
Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful image organisation and editing software package. Of course the downside to having such a powerful tool at your disposal is that it’s possible to make some pretty significant mistakes, especially when you’re first learning how to use it.
To help out we’ve drawn up a list of the most common mistakes that photographers make when using Lightroom and have some advice about how to get things right from the outset.