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Portrait Tips: Using the new Color Grading tool in Lightroom
Now, I'm not a huge fan of Instagram filters and most Lightroom preset packs. The reason I don't like them...
Lightroom ecosystem updates focus on precision and community
This morning, Adobe announced the latest updates to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, as a part of its annual Adobe MAX...
Adobe previews advanced Color Grading tool for Lightroom
This morning, Adobe shared a sneak peek of the new advanced Color Grading tool coming soon to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic...
Lightroom is a Toyota minivan
I've used every version of Lightroom. I can't imagine how I could have built a business without it. I spend...
My favorite sessions for photographers at Adobe MAX
When Adobe MAX Online kicks off on October 20, 2020, there will be a plethora of courses to attend. Whether...
Is a tethered workflow right for me?
Tethered capture, or the ability to simultaneously photograph, offload and preview capture results via high-definition monitor, is one of the...
Creating a cool urban desaturated look with Lightroom or Camera Raw
Want to utilize that cool contrasty desaturated look in your images for social media? In this video, Serge Ramelli shows...
Transform a photo from day to night with Lightroom Classic
Want to add that dramatic mood to your landscape or city shots, and take your daytime photo into the night?...
The six features Adobe needs to add to Lightroom
I’ve been using Lightroom on my smartphone and computer for about six months. There’s a lot to love about Adobe’s...
How do you use a gray card for portraits with Lightroom Classic?
How do you use a gray card in portraits to correctly adjust for white balance in Lightroom Classic? It's super...
Creating landscape drama with natural colors
Being able to retouch sunset or golden hour photos so that they are very dramatic — but not over-processed —...
Using Lightroom keeps me sane
I’ve always been a Photoshop girl. When I first set out with a digital camera in hand, I taught myself...

Lightroom is a Toyota minivan

I’ve used every version of Lightroom. I can’t imagine how I could have built a business without it. I spend more time with Lightroom than I do with my wife. I love it. I hate it. Utility Whether you use

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Is a tethered workflow right for me?

Tethered capture, or the ability to simultaneously photograph, offload and preview capture results via high-definition monitor, is one of the more liberating conveniences a photographer can experience. Having the ability to trigger a camera remotely is an invaluable enough luxury

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Using Lightroom keeps me sane

I’ve always been a Photoshop girl. When I first set out with a digital camera in hand, I taught myself Photoshop, and over years of trial and error, I built up a solid bank of editing skills. I knew about

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Lightroom is a Toyota minivan

I’ve used every version of Lightroom. I can’t imagine how I could have built a business without it. I spend more time with Lightroom than I do with my wife. I love it. I hate it. Utility Whether you use

Read More

Is a tethered workflow right for me?

Tethered capture, or the ability to simultaneously photograph, offload and preview capture results via high-definition monitor, is one of the more liberating conveniences a photographer can experience. Having the ability to trigger a camera remotely is an invaluable enough luxury

Read More

Using Lightroom keeps me sane

I’ve always been a Photoshop girl. When I first set out with a digital camera in hand, I taught myself Photoshop, and over years of trial and error, I built up a solid bank of editing skills. I knew about

Read More

Enter to win an Olympus camera and lens, plus much more!

It’s our birthday, and we want to celebrate with you! Check out our 21st birthday contest and enter to win a new camera, Drobo 8D, X-Rite calibration tools, Xpozer prints, Skylum software and more!

Plus, by entering you’re automatically eligible to win one of our monthly prizes. This month we’re giving away an Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III camera with a 12-100mm f/4 PRO lens!