7 Ways to Save Time with Your Workflow in Lightroom
Lightroom provides photographers with an amazing combination of tools for organizing photos and for post processing. And while Lightroom is extremely useful, chances are you would rather spend your time out in the field or in the studio rather than at your computer. By speeding up your workflow in Lightroom you can have more time to do other things aside from post processing.
3 Photography Projects That Will Make You a Better Photographer
As photographers, we should always be looking for new, creative ways to improve our craft. One of the most popular ways of doing that is undertaking a personal photography project. Projects are a great way to tap into your creativity while also broadening your skills. Plus, the possibilities for a photo project are seemingly endless. Regardless of your area of expertise and experience level, there’s always some sort of project that’s just waiting to help you become a better photographer.
How to Create Your Own Lightroom Presets Using the Master Workflow System
There are a lot of reasons to love Lightroom. The organizational features of the library module and the tools of the develop module can help you to save time, stay organized, and maximize the impact of your photos. One of the ways that you can improve your efficiency in Lightroom is through effectively utilizing develop presets.
An Introduction to the World of Lenses
It’s an upside down world when it comes to lenses when bigger openings sometimes means a smaller opening and, literally, up is down and down is up. In that light it’s no wonder that lenses can be confusing so let’s see if we can untangle some of the mysteries of the glass in front of your camera sensor. The topic is important because while camera bodies will be with you for a few years, good lenses will be around most of your life. That’s quite a commitment!
How to Use the Essentials for Lightroom Presets
Essentials is a set of Lightroom presets that you can get for free for subscribing to our newsletter. Essentials includes a total of 35 presets that can be stacked and used together for faster editing. There are 10 different base effects and then you can also add things like color filters, vignettes, grain, sharpening, and noise reduction. In this tutorial we’ll quickly show how Essentials works and how you can put the presets to work for you.