Post-Processing

Either it’s making simple corrections to contrast and exposure, or it’s applying more advanced techniques such as focus stacking or exposure blending, there’s little doubt that photo editing is an important part of a photographer’s workflow. The posts found on this page are made to teach you the post-processing skills that will help take your photography to the next level.

Understanding the HSL/Color Panel in Lightroom

There are several tools for working with colors in Adobe Lightroom but the HSL/Color panel is the most important when it comes to making...

An Introduction to Luminosity Masks

Have you mastered your camera and become curious about post-processing? Do you already know the basics of Adobe Photoshop want to explore advanced techniques...

How to Optimize Images for Instagram

Instagram is the go-to platform for most photographers to promote their craft. This isn't a big surprise as the image-sharing network has more than...

The Power of Dark and Moody Images

Moody processing is a way to process an image when the light isn't good by the standards. Meaning that there isn’t a colorful sky...

3 Ways to Remove Color Cast in Photoshop

Color casts remains a common issue even though modern cameras are getting better at neutralizing it, and allow you to change the White Balance....

9 Easy Lightroom Tips for Landscape Photographers

Adobe Lightroom is the favorite photo editor amongst both beginner and advanced photographers. With an abundance of fairly easy-to-use tools, it's not hard to...

How to Use the Color Grading Tool in Lightroom

The Color Grading tool in Lightroom replaces the Split Toning Tool that many are familiar with. But is it any better? Is there a...

11 Hidden Lightroom Features You Should Know

Adobe Lightroom is arguably the most popular photo editor on the market. It's not hard to understand why once you get to know its...

Photoshop or Lightroom: What’s Best for Photographers?

Have you ever felt that your images don't resemble the beauty you experienced while capturing them? Do you feel like you've failed to eternalize...

How to Edit Autumn Photographs in Luminar 4

Autumn is a favorite season amongst many landscape photographers and it's not hard to understand why when you see the abundance of vibrant colors...