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Color management can be tough to wrap your head around. Matt Hill goes over the basics of color management and color correction. He shows you how to set up a color checker in Lightroom Classic, how to adjust color, and how to focus stack macro photography. 0:00 - Introduction 3:57 - Capturing Macro Images 6:06 - What Do Color Problems Look Like? 9:35 - Take Control of Your Inputs: Color Checker, Stability, and Color Calibration 17:41 - Color Management and Color Correction Are Not the Same 20:06 - Setting Up Color Checker Profiles in
If you're a Lightroom beginner and don't understand how each slider will affect your photo, then you're in luck! Follow along as Matt Matkin shares his step-by-step editing process in Adobe Lightroom 2023. 0:00 - Before You Start 1:24 - Light Panel 4:38 - Color Panel 7:43 - Effects Panel 10:32 - Geometry Panel 11:27 - Final Thoughts Did you find these tips helpful? Talk to us in the Comments section, below.
Do your landscape photos look a little flat? Well, you’re in luck. In this video, Alex Hinson teaches you about the key tools in Adobe Lightroom that will help bring out those gorgeous, natural colors in your photos. 0:00 - Introduction 1:20 - How to Bring out the Colors you Want 2:58 - Image Editing Tools 9:07 - Getting a Great Final Image, from Capture to Edit 10:07 - Using Filters 11:11 - NFTs in Art and Photography 13:26 - Why Use Lightroom 15:00 - Staying Inspired 17:07 - Final Thoughts Ready to start taking your landscape photography
In Part 2, we take a look at how to set it up, manage cloud storage over time, and ensure all our work is synced between Adobe Lightroom Classic and Lightroom. 0:00 - Introduction 1:40 - Resources 3:48 - LR and LRC overview 6:48 - Setting preferences 9:40 - Syncing a catalog and editing smart previews 17:54 - Organizing synced photos 24:17 - Adding photos to the LR app and how it syncs the programs 31:29 - Finding files on your computer from LRC 35:19 - Syncing camera roll photos 39:38 - Deleting files in LR and LRC 42:08 - LR web browser 48:
Rob Sylvan shows you how to take your Lightroom Classic workflow on the go. In Part 1 of this two-part series, Sylvan goes over the basic steps to export your Lightroom Classic catalog to make it easier to edit your photos on the go. 0:00 - Introduction 1:37 - Resource Links and Adobe Plans 5:47 - Lightroom Classic On-the-Go Workflow 11:41 - What Is In the Travel Catalog Export? 19:19 - Saved Metadata vs. Exporting the Travel Catalog 20:53 - Customizing Preferences for Exporting the Travel Catalog 23:21 - Exporting the Travel Catalog 33:42 -
David Marx of @Focus Photo School details how to improve your sunrise and sunset photographs using Adobe Lightroom Classic and CC. He will show you how to edit like a pro, explaining how his Lightroom workflow makes his images pop. Watch this instructive session, then share your own editing experiences and tips in the Comments section, below.
187 Views· Posted 11/05/2018
Learn how to leverage the power of Wacom tablets to improve your post processing workflow from start to finish. Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro combines all the benefits of a touch sensitive tablet with a powerful Windows 10 computer. When combined with Lightroom and Photoshop, photographers have an exciting platform for working in the field, editing on the go, and bringing it all back home. Whether shooting tethered right into Lightroom or importing via the built-in card reader, you’ll be able to leverage the efficiencies that come with customizable
In this video, Tim Grey, a favorite presenter at the B&H Photo Event Space, shares tips to help ensure you don't make mistakes with your Lightroom-based workflow. You'll learn: - An important rule to avoid "missing" photos or folders -The right way to send photos from Lightroom to Photoshop - A setting that enables an automatic backup of your metadata - How to import like a pro - And much more!
960 Views· Posted 07/27/2017
In the following video, photographer and educator Matt Kloskowski lists four awesome features in the Adobe Photography Plan for Creative Cloud. This includes the recently released de-haze function, using Lightroom and Photoshop selections, content-away healing, and Lightroom Mobile. Any photographers debating the move up to Creative Cloud will appreciate these advantages, which require the latest upgrade to access. We hope you