Lightroom series part 30: How shoot and edit classic concert photos in Lightroom

Lightroom tutorial concert photos
(Image credit: Sean McCormack)

Back in the days of film, grain was par for the course in concert photography. It was simply a result of the ISO required, meaning a lot of push processing. We’re blessed with digital, especially with current cameras that allow us clean files at higher ISO. Even if it’s not perfect, we can still use Lightroom to extract even more from it.

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Sean McCormack

Sean McCormack is a commercial, and editorial photographer, book author, and regular contributor to Digital Camera magazine based in Galway, Ireland. He has extensive experience with Lightroom, dating back to its original beta version, and has tried out just about every plugin and preset available. His latest book is Essential Development 3: 25 Tips for Lightroom Classic’s Develop Module