Today is the beginning of CES in Las Vegas. (Consumer Electronics Show) So, naturally, we’re going to see LOTS of awesome new products even remotely related to the world of electronics, from software to camera lenses.
Welcome to Episode 7 of our Weekly Lightroom Edit. In this Lightroom Tutorial episode we are going to work on doing some creative coloring and enhancing on this image that was shot out in China.
While we could take this image in many directions, in this Lightroom tutorial, we are going to produce this image into a nice warm sunset silhouette.
Creating a 1970 Vintage Time Magazine/Nat Geo Effect – Weekly Lightroom Edit w/ Post Production Pye – Episode 5
When looking at this image, it reminds me of a 1960-1970 era photograph that I might have seen in Time magazine or National Geographic. So, we are going to create that look and effect in Lightroom.
In this Weekly Lightroom Edit we are going to create a nice vintage cross processed look for this shot taken in Downtown Los Angeles.
Welcome to Episode 3 of our Weekly Lightroom Edit. In this tutorial, we are going to create something I call the “mood shot” or a “mood edit.”
Welcome to Episode 2 of our Weekly Lightroom Edit. In this tutorial, we are going to take a primarily landscape RAW image and turn it into a nice dramatic black and white panoramic image.
Here is my wishlist for Adobe’s Lightroom 3.0 replacement, which will probably be called Lightroom 4.0… I know it’s probably already at least halfway through development, but I think these few features absolutely MUST be added. Enjoy!
Weekly Lightroom Edit w/ Post Production Pye – This week we are going to work through a recent engagement photo shot at Laguna Beach, California.
In this ACR and Lightroom tutorial, we will teach you how to color correct portraits shot under harsh sunlight.
In this Lightroom tutorial, we will be taking a very average shot of a bride in front of a window and cleaning up all of the extra background junk. We will produce this shot to be a mood shot, meaning it will be very warm. We will also create a black and white version as well.
In this Lightroom tutorial, we will be teaching you how to create a catch light from a hard flash as a light source, as well as a reflector as a light source on an image without any catch light in the eyes.