How to Get Better Color with Canon in Lightroom Classic

As photographers, we are always searching for better color results from software. At the end of the day it doesn’t matter how beautiful your images look on the back of the camera, processing a RAW file to match can be daunting and almost make you want to shoot in JPG.

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Editing Travel Photos with Lightroom: Tips & Tricks

How can you make a better image if you don’t know what makes an image better? The very first sentence is important so here goes… If you want to start realizing your potential as a photographer, start recognizing the potential in your photographs. Your photos are MUCH better than you think.

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4 Steps to Use the Color Grade Tool in Lightroom Classic v10

With Adobe’s recent October 2020 release of Lightroom Classic v10 comes the replacement of Split Toning with a new Color Grading tool. This is the tool many of us have been waiting for in Lightroom, and now we no longer have to go into Photoshop to utilize it.

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How to Get Consistent Color Between Cameras in Lightroom Classic

When it comes to using multiple camera models and manufacturers, images photographed in the same place and time look different. As photographers, we focus on controlling this variance of brightness and color of light in a multitude of ways. Whether that’s using Auto, Priority Modes, or Manual settings in-camera, we constantly worry how this will look on the computer screen as well as images side by side. Regarding exposure specifically, we have standardized ways to keep this in check in-camera using blown highlight preview mode or showing the histogram on the display screen while shooting. Color consistency between multiple cameras is a whole other monster.

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The Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Upgrading to Lightroom Classic v9

For wedding photographers using Lightroom, it is no secret that Adobe likes to launch new versions in the middle of our busiest season. What are we supposed to do—drop everything we’re working on and upgrade? Well, it’s not so simple for most users to jump to the next version, because things change. Upgrading can set back your post-production workflow, adding pain to your already-busy schedule of editing and meeting client delivery deadlines.

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7-Part Series to Step up Your Lightroom Game: Part 3 Cull & Sort Your Files

After the shoot is done, after the files are stored and backed up, and the catalog and previews are rendered, it’s finally time to process all those files. Put your headphones on and get ready to cull. Lightroom has made life easier with its intuitive hotkeys, ease of cycling between images, and syncing adjustments.

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7 Part Series to Step Up Your Lightroom Game – Part 1: Storing & Managing Files

When it comes to shooting over 100,000 images per year and needing speed on my side, it’s a no brainer: I choose Lightroom. The program is simple enough to use, and I want to show you the best ways to do so it in my seven-part workflow series.

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