With enough practice and some creative tricks, editing photos in Adobe Lightroom can be a simple and easy process especially with the use of Lightroom Presets! But sometimes, a preset can completely change the look of your photograph or doesn’t match your usual editing style. In this case, we’d like to introduce you to The Fader. If you are looking for a quick and easy tutorial on how to fade presets in Lightroom, then you have come to the right place! Read on to learn more about how to subtly get the desired mood and style for your photographs.[···]
You may not edit all your photos in Adobe Lightroom, but editing portraits in Lightroom could be another skill to add to your portfolio. It’s a relatively simple process in Lightroom, but you still have to be extra cautious while editing portraits. Even though it’s a part of most post-production processes, these images may sometimes look unnatural and altered. The key is to balance the way you edit and not go overboard. Since editing in Lightroom involves a non-destructive workflow and your actual photos never get altered, you can always go back to any editing stage. And even though it may be a simple process, we narrow down editing portraits in Lightroom to 12 steps in this blog.
As a wedding photographer, chances are that you end up editing several of your images. Lightroom can help you spot the minutest of details, which you can alter to get the desired results. But even then, you don’t want to go overboard with the editing and still want your images to look realistic. So, next time you sit down for an edit, you could use Lightroom to compare the before and after photo. The program even keeps your originals safe and creates another copy for you to edit on. Therefore, you can always go back and compare the before and after images using the Lightroom Before and After tool. And in order to help you do that, in this blog, we take you through the different ways you can compare your before and after images in Lightroom.
Once you finish photographing a wedding, the post-production work of importing, culling, and color-correcting the photographs follows. And once you are done with that, it’s time to export and deliver the final photos to your couple! Because there are multiple Lightroom export settings you can choose from for using images on different platforms, this blog will help you decide which export settings to choose and when.
As a wedding photographer, your primary job is to document picture-perfect moments on your couple’s special day. No matter how amazing the day is, or how technically perfect you try to make your images, chances are when it’s time to edit your wedding photos, you will need to do some basic changes – like color-correcting and white balance – to many of them. Lightroom is our go-to software to help you edit your photos, no matter how little or how much editing is required, and in this blog, we teach you how to use it to do simple, classic color edits that will make you and your clients happy!
As a wedding photographer, you have many tasks to manage. You book the wedding, you help plan the wedding, you photograph the wedding, and then the work really begins! Now you need to go through the thousands of images you captured and select the best ones to edit for your couple. This process, which is known as culling, may be the thing you least look forward to and continuously put off because it’s time-consuming. We are here to help! In this blog, we will teach you the process of culling images using Adobe Lightroom, one of the best software programs in the industry.
As a wedding photographer, you probably use Adobe Lightroom for a number of post-production tasks such as culling and color correcting. But in order to carry out those tasks, you first need to import images into Lightroom. And while importing photos into Lightroom might seem easy, to avoid any errors and eliminate confusion, it’s important to know the right steps to take. Since there are many ways to go about this process, in this blog, we take you through the different steps of how to import photos into Lightroom and create a back-up. You will be a pro by the end of the post!
Editing in Adobe Lightroom can be a fickle beast… but a powerful one. If you’re serious about editing your wedding photos, chances are you’re going to need to wrap your head around Lightroom at one point or another. So we’ve decided to put together five quick tips to get you started on your photo editing journey in Lightroom.