When photographing people we’ve all come across those subjects who seem to be plagued by red, blotchy skin that really pops out in the photo.
Very often in Lightroom Classic CC if you increase the value for Vibrance and decrease the value for Saturation, you’ll find an excellent balance for the overall intensity of colors
(Editor’s note: This is a guest article by Jeremy Chan, a Master Photographer/artist who is based in San Francisco, CA. Jeremy’s passion about fine art and creative has helped him
I hear it all the time. “My market is so saturated with photographers,” or “I can’t set myself apart from my competitors because there’s so many of them.” It seems
There are two sliders in Lightroom and most other post-processors that can be handy for adjusting the intensity of your colors. Think of saturation like ISO, but for color —
(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right.
Sometimes what you see and what your camera sees are very different. This was the case on a recent fall foliage hike I took a few weeks ago. It can
Circular polarizing filters, a.k.a. “polarizers”, are some of the few filters I always have in my pack. Polarizers are important tools in my landscape photography. They can dramatically enhance the
There are two kinds of tools in Lightroom – global adjustment tools and local adjustment tools. Global adjustments refer to sliders that adjust the overall image. Things like Exposure, Contrast,
This Lightroom hangout is all about making your color images look their best. Wes Maggio will join us to share his favorite tips along with Rob Sylvan and Levi Sim. Lightroom has
The Hue/Saturation command lets you adjust the hue, saturation, and lightness of color components in an image. Additionally, you can simultaneously adjust all the colors in an image. This is
Depending on what school of thought you come from there are a few rules that we’re going to break in this photographic exercise. We are going to intentionally put a
Rich Harrington shows you how to use the Saturation Tool(s) in Photoshop. DISCLAIMER: This post isn’t intended to be definitive – we’re not claiming this is the ONLY way or