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Applying a Lightroom preset to multiple photos
Creating a favorites set in Perfectly Clear
Stylizing images in ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2019
Quick Tip: Share your Perfectly Clear presets to a new machine
Using Presets in Luminar to Achieve Different Looks
Perfectly Clear: Beginning Retouching for the Non-Retoucher
The End of the Year is Here, Remember to Register Your Photos
Lightroom Brushes and Presets by Sleeklens
Photography Marketing: Developing a Style
Should You Update to Adobe Lightroom “Classic”?
Adobe Lightroom CC: The Best Features, And What’s Missing
Using a Lightroom Preset in Photoshop…What???

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Lightroom Brushes and Presets by Sleeklens

There are many photo-editing products available for processing images in conjunction with Lightroom. Many of these products are third-party plugins which can be used directly from Lightroom or as stand-alone applications. Other products provide presets or brushes used within Lightroom.

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Photography Marketing: Developing a Style

I’ve written in the past about why you should have a photographic specialty. Simply put, you want to be known for being an expert in that particular type of photography. The same can be said for your photographic style. Having

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Using a Lightroom Preset in Photoshop…What???

As fellow Photofocus author Levi Sim and I prepared for a Webinar on how we use Perfectly Clear, we stumbled upon a neat trick–using a Lightroom Preset in Photoshop! Instead of bouncing back and forth between programs, I can stay in Photoshop to complete my edits. It’s not as hard as you may think, here’s how.

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Split toning: Add a Touch of Lavender in Lightroom

Split toning is an effect which involves assigning different colors to the shadows and the highlights of an image to produce a unique look. Typically, using opposite colors for each –cyan and red, magenta and green, yellow and blue– produces the

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Newfoundland Fishing Village

Lightroom Brushes and Presets by Sleeklens

There are many photo-editing products available for processing images in conjunction with Lightroom. Many of these products are third-party plugins which can be used directly from Lightroom or as stand-alone applications. Other products provide presets or brushes used within Lightroom.

Read More
PhotoMarketingBanner

Photography Marketing: Developing a Style

I’ve written in the past about why you should have a photographic specialty. Simply put, you want to be known for being an expert in that particular type of photography. The same can be said for your photographic style. Having

Read More
Featured-Using Lightroom Preset in Photoshop- Say What

Using a Lightroom Preset in Photoshop…What???

As fellow Photofocus author Levi Sim and I prepared for a Webinar on how we use Perfectly Clear, we stumbled upon a neat trick–using a Lightroom Preset in Photoshop! Instead of bouncing back and forth between programs, I can stay in Photoshop to complete my edits. It’s not as hard as you may think, here’s how.

Read More
Featured

Split toning: Add a Touch of Lavender in Lightroom

Split toning is an effect which involves assigning different colors to the shadows and the highlights of an image to produce a unique look. Typically, using opposite colors for each –cyan and red, magenta and green, yellow and blue– produces the

Read More
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Presets Make Photomatix Pro Simple to Learn

Once Photomatix Pro 5 opens a set of bracketed images, especially in Tone Compressor, the choices of controls is kind of intimidating. The first question that comes to mind is “Where in the world do I start???” The answer? Presets.

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