Have you ever brought home the perfect picture from a shoot, only to find that dust on the sensor has wrecked the shot? Don’t throw away that image just yet!
Everything old is new again! No longer content with technical excellence, photographers have been recreating analog looks with digital images in recent years.
You might already know that you can sort images in Adobe Lightroom based on information from your camera, like capture time and filename, but did you know that you can use Lightroom to create custom sequences of images? This is an incredibly powerful feature for creating visual stories. Learn how in this quick tutorial.
Why should you re-invent the wheel with each photo you edit?
Adobe Lightroom is a suite of tools in one handy package. This includes a photo organizer and editor, as well as tools to adjust and correct your images. One place Lightroom excels is in batch editing images, quickly editing large shoots to save you time.
Why bother renaming your image files? Isn’t IMG_4232.RAW good enough for most photographers?
Your eyes are better than any camera. When you look out at a scene, like a sunset, where there’s a huge gap between the brightest and darkest tones your eyes can see detail everywhere. Your camera, however, can’t: it will either crunch the shadows down to black, or blow the highlights out to white.