For today’s post, I’d like to show a little bit of before and after for how I got to take a photo of Minnie Mouse’s statuette in the Hub and turn it into a fully processed photo. This is the original photo, straight out of the camera, just for reference. Let me preface all of […]
Post Archive: Lightroom
Today on the blog, we have a new Lightroom 4 tutorial to share with you. This one is extra special since it involves Sir Tow Mater! Here is the before shot: And the finished product: It’s fantastic what you can do in Lightroom, for sure. This photo was taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and the […]
For today’s post, I’d like to respond to some reader feedback. I got a comment on yesterday’s post asking to see some before and after shots, so I did a quick edit in Lightroom to show just how powerful Adobe’s Camera RAW editor can be! Here is the before image of Spaceship Earth with late […]
For today’s post, we have a new Lightroom tutorial for you. Here it is! And here is the finished photo – As mentioned in the video, the photo was taken with the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens, both of which are available at Amazon. If you shop at Amazon, […]
Good morning! We hope you all had a wonderful holiday, and we’re back with one more gift for you – a new video post! In this post, I show you how in Lightroom I took a rather dull shot, and turned it into something not so dull. Here’s the video! And here is the finished […]
When you get home from a trip and sit down to start editing you probably find yourself going through hundreds, maybe thousands of photos. If you’re anything like me you probably look for a way to cut down your workflow. My answer to my problem was using plugins with filters such as HDR Expose 2 by Unifiedcolor, or Nik Color Efex Pro by Nik Software (Read Cory’s past article about Nik Color Efex Pro). If you’ve never used a plugin or any program with a filter it basically has preset adjustments applied to the photo automatically. Most of the more popular Plugins work with Aperture, Lightroom, and even Photoshop.