How to get that nice faded black and white look using curves in Lightroom 3.
How to achieve that Hollywood Teal/Orange look that you see in many films today.
How to get that very popular, bright, vintage look directly in Lightroom 3.
Lindsay Adler is a professional portrait and fashion photographer based in New York. She regularly contributes to a variety of major photo publications internationally. At WPPI,...
Welcome to Episode 14 of our Weekly Lightroom Edit. In this Lightroom video tutorial we wanted to spend a little more time in working through another example of portrait retouch.
We have been talking for a while about releasing DVDs for our Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials. Well, it has begun! Here is how it is going to work. You asked for it and we...
n this tutorial, we will specifically be covering how to take our retouched image, and add vintage processing to turn it into a faded vintage style image.
In this Lightroom video tutorial we are going to be working through part two of our Vintage Portrait Retouch Series. In this tutorial, we will specifically be covering how to...
In Part I of 3 of this portrait retouch series we will be editing this image for standard color correction prior to moving on to retouch and the final vintage effect.
In this Lightroom Tutorial episode we are going to work on color correcting and making our sunset shot really pop. We want the colors to be natural, but vivid as well as balance...
In this Lightroom Tutorial episode we are going to focus on creating a nice vintage black and white effect using tone curves to complete the effect.
In this Lightroom Tutorial episode we are going to focus on doing some selective color enhancing. Meaning, we want to drop some of our colors, while enhancing others.