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Lightroom Local Adjustment

Lightroom Local Adjustment Techniques Part 1

Lightroom is well known as a powerful RAW editor, but do you know how to apply selected adjustments to a local area of your image to enhance the photo?

In this tutorial I am going to show you one of these local adjustments by using the Brush tool.

Local Adjustment in Lightroom (Brush Tool)

Cheryl Wiens, a student of several of our classes over the years, gave me the idea for this article. She ...

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Lightroom Cropping Technique

Lightroom Cropping Technique

Cropping a photo can greatly affect the composition of your image, and change the feel of it dramatically. Although I know we all try, we can’t always 100% of the time get the framing right in camera, maybe you have a wall behind you and can’t move any further, or that tree branch was sticking out just a few inches and you could do nothing about it, in these cases we can crop out the parts ...

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Lightroom Map

Lightroom Map Tutorial

Photo Tip Friday January 3, 2014

Happy New Year folks and let’s make 2014 a “Photo Organizing” year!

As a photographer I always use keywords and tagging for my images, two simple steps which makes finding images a breeze. You may have thousands of images in your hard drives and when you want to select some images for your projects, it can be time consuming to find the photos you are looking for. Key words and ...

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Lightroom tips

Auto Sync in Lightroom

One of the most powerful tools in Lightroom 4 and 5 is “AUTO SYNC“. Auto Synch is different from copying and pasting the settings, it simultaneously applies the adjustments to the selected images. In this article you learn how and when to use Auto Sync in Lightroom. (By default Auto Sync is turned off )

In this example I want to apply certain adjustment to seven images. I want to use these photos for a web ...

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LIGHTROOM – VIBRANCE VS SATURATION

There are two tools in Lightroom for pushing colour, the first is Saturation, one I think we’re all pretty familiar with, the second is Vibrance.  At first glance these two tools seem pretty similar, but use it a bit and you will see quite a difference in their affect on an image, so what is the difference?

Saturation

In basic terms, we can think of saturation as how much colour there is in an image.  If an image is completely ...

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Lightroom 5 Radial Filter

Lightroom 5 Radial Filter

The new “Lightroom 5 Radial Filter” is becoming one of my favorite new features. When you combine it with the Adjustment Brush and the Graduated Filter, you’ve got  really powerful tools to apply the adjustments selectively to your photos and draw attention to the most important parts.

I like this photos and started to edit it in Lightroom 5

For  this photo I adjusted the Exposure, White Balance, and contrast. Still the background is too bright to ...

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Lightroom Smart Folders

Importance of Lightroom Smart Folders 

Lightroom is a very powerful tool for Managing and Organizing your images. It makes our Photography workflow much easier. Jonathan Snyder (our Lightroom instructor) wrote this article for you. Just take a look and see it by yourself!

How to set up Lightroom Smart Folder 

Organizing and managing thousands of photos is something Lightroom really excels at. Another area that is often missed, is it’s strengths in using same filtering and management tools to ...

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