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Easy tips to help you photograph the moon

When it comes to photographing the moon, many people struggle with capturing it in its full glory. Whether its lack of detail or it comes out too dark, the moon

Edit dark tones in Lightroom Classic

I have seven simple tips when editing dark tones in Lightroom. Check out the video below to get started, and don’t forget to check out part one and two of

Batch processing portrait session

How to batch process a portrait session

The key to a great portrait session rests on the proof that the subject sees after it’s over. The way the proofs from the portrait session look will directly affect

Edit dark tones in Lightroom Classic, part two

This is a continuation from part one, so be sure to read that first! In part one we covered pre-photoshoot planning, basic exposure adjustments, and the temperature adjustment panel! 4.

Editing gold tones in Lightroom Classic

When I want to edit my photos for warm tones in Lightroom, I break it down into five simple steps: Basic exposure adjustments Temperature adjustments Tone curve adjustments Color adjustments

Creating that soft, dreamy, hazy look

Creating that soft dreamy almost hazy and ethereal look in Lightroom Classic and Luminar 4 isn’t as difficult as you might think. Sure, it is always best to capture in-camera,

Retouching images, 10 years later

We can’t get out and photograph as easily as we used to. So what are we to do? Serge Ramelli takes us through a fun exercise of retouching some of

How to create a dramatic sunset scene

When it comes to photographing a sunset, things can sometimes be a bit tricky. Your sun might be overexposed and your scene might be slightly washed out. So how do

Why won’t Lightroom read my RAW files?

You got that fancy new camera during an after-Christmas sale, and you’re ready to go out and photograph! But when you get back and try to import photos, you suddenly

Creating dramatic desert photography

Photographing deserts can be challenging. The color can be dull, and there might not be much action taking place. So how do you take your desert photographs to the next

Bring out the eyes in a portrait

In this video, Sony Artisan Chris Orwig shows us how to bring out the eyes in a portrait. Here, he uses Lightroom Classic and its selective adjustment tools, like the

Perfecting your post-processing process

These days taking an image with a DSLR camera is usually only half the process — the rest of the magic happens in post-processing. It really does not matter what

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