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Attaching a LUT to a Lightroom preset

A recent change to Lightroom is an Advanced Camera Profile that allows you to attach other settings. Now, we can actually import look-up tables, and attach them to our Lightroom

How to create and save presets

What is a preset? A preset is a combination of filters as well as the settings used for each of those filters to create a special look or style. Luminar

How Photographing Sports Changed My Life

Guest post by Erin Holmstead. Shooting sports changed my whole photography business! At the end of 2015, I met a gentleman, Rick Parker, who shoots sports photography for a local

Perfectly Clear’s New Preset Area Rocks

Perfectly Clear Complete Version 3 was just released and has some terrific new and refined tools for finishing your pictures. However, version 2 was also awesome, and I assumed any

New to Photomatix? Start with a Preset

The photo above is the normal exposure of a Waffle House near my studio. Periodically the company remodels one of their restaurants. I saw this one was under what looked

Instant Replay: Lightroom Q&A

In this episode, Rob and Levi answer questions about Lightroom. Topics include backing up and restoring files, catalogs, and presets, as well as using DNG’s, and more. Hosted by: Rob

Instant Replay: Lightroom Q&A

In this episode, Rob Sylvan and Levi Sim answer questions about Lightroom. There are several terrific gems and pro-user tips on tools like making presets, using the print module, adjustment

Batch-Applying Presets in Lightroom

When processing photos in Lightroom’s Develop module, if you want to apply a preset you are only able to apply the preset to one file at a time. Sure, you

It Isn’t Film vs Digital Any Longer

With the popularity of film finding its way into photographer’s hands, headlines are still reading, Why Film is Better than Digital and Comparing Film vs Digital. Isn’t the Debate Over?

Saving A Photoshop Look Up Table

If you use adjustment layers to create a look in Photoshop and want to be able to replicate it then Look Up Tables, or LUTs, are the answer; For this