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Editing gold tones in Lightroom Classic, part two
In my second part about how to achieve gold tones in Lightroom, I dive into the color adjustment and split...
Editing gold tones in Lightroom Classic, part one
In this post, I’m going to show you how to edit gold tones in Lightroom. This is the same exact...
Perfecting the tones in your landscapes, or step #1 in finishing landscapes
You've got your foreground element, you've got your rule of thirds, and you've got striking light on your subject. Everything...
Using Photoshop Selections for Color and Tone Adjustments
Great image color and tone adjustments start with a great selection.  Learn how to do this quickly and easily. Follow...
How To Maximize Color In Black & Whites with On1 Photo Raw 2018
Simplifying a photograph by making it in black and white allows you to create a completely different photograph, and it's...
Photoshop Luminance Masks
Editor's Note: Don't miss this week's free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop. Photoshop Luminance Masks are...
Photomatix Pro Workflow Tips for Real Estate Interiors
Making photographs indoors during the full light of day can present a variety of exposure challenges to real estate photographers...
Lightroom’s Hidden Gems: The Radial Filter
When I started digital photography, I thought Lightroom 2s Vignette tool was the greatest thing. It allowed me to darken...
Fixing Shadows and Highlights with Lightroom
Editors Note: The following is an excerpt from a new book called the Photofocus Guide: Develop Great Images in Lightroom....
Using Muted Tones to Control A Viewer’s Attention
This is a guest post by Thomas Shue - lilsamedia.com/blog Follow him on Twitter: Many times in photography you have...

Photoshop Luminance Masks

Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this week’s free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop. Photoshop Luminance Masks are a great way to edit an image targeting just the areas you want. These masks aren’t solid black and whites

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Lightroom’s Hidden Gems: The Radial Filter

When I started digital photography, I thought Lightroom 2s Vignette tool was the greatest thing. It allowed me to darken the edges of my images and draw attention toward my subject in the center. Trouble was, my subject wasn’t always

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Fixing Shadows and Highlights with Lightroom

Editors Note: The following is an excerpt from a new book called the Photofocus Guide: Develop Great Images in Lightroom. This book is almost done and well be giving away free copies soon to all our readers thanks to Mosaic.

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Photoshop Luminance Masks

Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this week’s free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop. Photoshop Luminance Masks are a great way to edit an image targeting just the areas you want. These masks aren’t solid black and whites

Read More

Lightroom’s Hidden Gems: The Radial Filter

When I started digital photography, I thought Lightroom 2s Vignette tool was the greatest thing. It allowed me to darken the edges of my images and draw attention toward my subject in the center. Trouble was, my subject wasn’t always

Read More

Fixing Shadows and Highlights with Lightroom

Editors Note: The following is an excerpt from a new book called the Photofocus Guide: Develop Great Images in Lightroom. This book is almost done and well be giving away free copies soon to all our readers thanks to Mosaic.

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Adding Tone and Contrast to a Single Image

I’m a big fan of details… I often like my images to feel a bit “gritty” and “deep.” Sure, it doesn’t work for every subject, but there are plenty where a little “pop” goes a long way. One of my

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Which Type of HDR is Right for You?

When working with HDR software tools, there are many options. Its easy to get overwhelmed with sliders and presets. Theres a critical choice that needs to be made first. How do you want to merge the multiple exposures together? There

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