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 […]
Post Archive: Lightroom
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.
Today I’d like to demonstrate my method of noise reduction. Noise reduction is a must to clean up digital noise from shooting with a high ISO and there are many programs and photoshop plugins that specialize in reducing noise. However I do not use any of these third party plugins. I use the built-in noise reduction sliders in […]