Sunday, August 19, 2018

5 Tips on How to Process Light in Landscape Photography

How to Work Light in Your Landscape Editing
You are into photography. This means you are a light chaser by definition. Because we all know: light makes or breaks a photograph. So how about working light purposely in post-production to create mood and interest in your images? Portrait photographers have an advantage over us landscapers because they set up their artificial light sources inside the studio to have...

How to Handle HUGE Image Files and View them in Lightroom

"Could not save because this document exceeded the 4GB limit for TIFF files" is an error you might have encountered if you work on large panoramas or use multiple layers when developing images in Photoshop. TIFF and PSD are the most common file types for photographers to save their developed files in but unfortunately they've got some restrictions: TIFF files...

Use This Simple Trick to Delete Multiple Images in Lightroom

How to Delete Multiple Images in Lightroom
One benefit of digital photography is that you don't need to worry about capturing one too many images in the field. In fact, it's better to shoot an extra frame or two in order to ensure that you got a sharp and in-focus shot. However, as your archives start to grow and the hard drives fill up, it becomes challenging...

9 Ways Landscape Photographers Can Use Lightroom

9 Ways Landscape Photographers Can Use Lightroom
Much has been written about using Lightroom to develop landscape photos, and realistically many Capture Landscape readers, as advanced landscape photographers, are just as likely to use Photoshop or plugins like Luminar to develop their photos as Lightroom. But, regardless of what software you use to develop your photos, there is still lots you can do with Lightroom, which is...

Video: 14 Lightroom Tricks to Edit Your Images Quicker

Adobe Lightroom is a comprehensive software in which you can spend hours upon hours editing your images. However, not everyone has that much time to spare and many of us simply prefer to process the images as quickly as possible – while still maintaining a high image-quality. In this video from professional photographer Evan 5ps, you'll be introduced to 14...

This is How You Create a Day-to-Night Timelapse

The chances are high that you've at some point seen a day-to-night timelapse and wondered how it's done. How is the photographer able to seamlessly capture a series of images as the light changes without this causing flickering in the final video? How do you adjust the settings as the sun goes down? All these questions (and more) are answered...

Create a Custom Vignette in Lightroom With this Easy-to-Follow Technique

vignette in lightroom
Adding a soft vignette to your images is often a great way to strengthen an already good composition and emphasize a particular subject by making it appear brighter than its surroundings. There are many ways to create one and you don't need an advanced software such as Adobe Photoshop to do so; it can easily be done in Lightroom....

3 Mistakes Beginners Make in Lightroom and How to Fix Them

Keywording in Lightroom
Lightroom is by far one of the most popular tools amongst photographers. Since it has both a powerful RAW editor and an efficient library module, it's become a go-to software for both complete beginners and seasoned experts. However, there are many who aren't fully exploiting the powers of this software due to a few minor mistakes. These mistakes aren't necessarily...

How to Optimize Images for Instagram

Optimize Images for Instagram
Instagram has become the go-to platform for photographers to market their work. It's not surprising as the image-sharing network has more than 600 million active users, making it the perfect platform to promote your art. Despite being a mobile photography platform, the majority of photographers use it to share their best images, which are normally captured with a DSLR. However,...

How to Create a Vignette in Lightroom

how to create vignette in Lightroom
Adding a vignette can be a powerful way to enhance both the mood and the composition of an image. By adjusting the light and selectively darkening certain areas of an image, you're able to guide the viewer's eye more easily through the image and towards the main subject. There are several ways to create a vignette but the only requirement...

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