Split toning in Lightroom — Jim Nix - Travel Photographer
I have been mentioning split toning in Lightroom here on the blog quite a bit lately, and it's because I have been really loving working with it and getting more comfortable with it. Now I am finally ready to share my thoughts and experiences with it. So today you get a mini tutorial on using Lightroom's wonderful split toning feature. I hope this helps, and don't hesitate to ask me any questions!
When you import an image as a RAW file it appears a bit flat. Lightroom is your tool to bring out the color and bring the image to life! Today, let’s spend a little more time talking about Color Curves and the impact they have on your editing.
The tone curve in Lightroom is one of the less understood tools; nonetheless, it's one of the more powerful ones. It can be a bit tricky to figure out on your own, but this tutorial is a perfect way to get acquainted or further acquainted with the tool. The tone curve is one of the more popular tools used in Lightroom for those out there creating and selling presets, because
How to Do Intelligent Raw Photo Landscape Editing in Lightroom
While every photographer would love to capture the perfect image with every shot, it’s just not realistic. Thankfully your vision doesn’t have to end just because the natural lighting didn’t pan out for the day. Using Adobe Lightroom or other photo editing software, you can perfect your images to fit your artistic idea. To help [...]
A Quick Portrait "Finishing Move" in Lightroom - Lightroom Killer Tips
Hi Gang (and Happy Monday). 🙂 This isn’t some earth-shattering Lightroom secret or anything, but it’s something that I do to a lot of my portraits, kind of as a finishing move,Â and while it’s subtle, I think it’s important. I get a lot of questions about these finishing moves, so I thought I’d share this one here today. It’s about a very quick way to brighten just your subject’s face, which is something (as I said), I do a lot. The original image is above. STEP ONE: Get the Adjustment…