Welcome to part 4 of an 8-part series on Lightroom presets and how they work. To go with this I’ve created 8 free Lightroom presets you can download right now. Click here for a Dropbox link to the presets. You don’t need to have a Dropbox account – just click the ‘Download’ button at the top right. […]
These Lightroom tutorials cover both old and new versions of Lightroom. Most are for Lightroom Classic CC, but some newer articles cover Lightroom Classic too.
Today, you can only get Lightroom (both versions) as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plans. Lightroom Classic CC is the 'old' desktop-first Lightroom, Lightroom CC is the new 'web-first' Lightroom. You can read more here: Lightroom CC vs Lightroom Classic CC.
Part 3: ‘Mistical’ Welcome to part 3 of an 8-part series on Lightroom presets and how they work. To go with this I’ve created 8 free Lightroom presets you can download right now. Click here for a Dropbox link to the presets. You don’t need to have a Dropbox account – just click the ‘Download’ button at […]
It’s very easy to lose extreme shadow or highlight detail when you’re shooting high-contrast scenes, and that’s one of the reasons for shooting raw files – they contain additional highlight detail, especially, that you may be able to bring out during processing. Shadow and highlight recovery is not always possible, but I usually reckon that […]
The Lightroom HDR tools built in are good in their way, but will only get you so far. Yes, you can boost the shadows, reduce the highlights, add some Clarity and Dehaze and maybe a graduated filter for the sky, but you can end up doing a lot of work only getting half way to the […]
Part 1: ‘Densia’ Welcome to part 1 of an 8-part series on Lightroom editing presets and how they work. To go with this I’ve created 8 image presets you can download right now. Click here for a Dropbox link to the presets. You don’t need to have a Dropbox account – just click the ‘Download’ button […]
If you’ve got Lightroom Classic CC you’ve got an Adobe Creative Cloud account, and this means you can synchronise Collections of photos between the Lightroom catalog on your computer, your Lightroom online web space and your mobile device. If you want to know more, read How to synchronise photos with Lightroom and Creative Cloud. I […]
A lot of us are still getting used to the idea of subscription-based software, but one of the strongest reasons for choosing Lightroom Classic CC over Lightroom 6 (the ‘perpetual licence’ version) is its integration with Adobe’s Creative Cloud. You can manage photos on your laptop, add to them via a browser, edit them on […]
Lightroom Classic has some powerful image enhancement tools, as fans will know, and the ability to apply and store editing presets. But as well as creating your own, you can get presets from all sorts of different places and they’re really easy to install – and here’s how you do it. 01 Free presets from […]
Boundary Warp is a new feature in Lightroom Classic CC 2015.4, and if you subscribe to Adobe’s Photography Plan you may have downloaded this update without paying it much attention. But Boundary Warp adds a useful new function to Lightroom’s Panorama Merge feature that lets you keep more of the image area. Normally, the panorama […]
Amongst the new features introduced with Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom 6 was the ability to merge panoramas from a series of overlapping frames, without the need for Photoshop. But is it as good at merging images? Let’s see. Panoramas are easy to shoot. A tripod is good, but not essential. The main thing you […]