We are excited to bring a new segment here to SLR Lounge to share with our viewers. Join world-renowned wedding photographer, Trevor Dayley, a few times a week as he shares business ideas, photography hacks and Lightroom editing tips. All videos will be short, easy to watch, and full of information.
Trevor Dayley is a professional wedding photographer in Arizona with experience shooting weddings throughout the United States and around the world. In 2014, he was named one of the Top 100 Wedding Photographers in the country and one of the Top 30 most influential photographers by Brandsmash. In 2015, he was named the #1 Wedding Photographer by Arizona Bridal Magazine and has been featured in Grace Ormonde, Vogue Italia, and Style Me Pretty among many others publications. Trevor has written hundreds of articles and filmed countless tutorials benefiting the photo industry. He has also been a featured speaker at some of the largest photography conventions and has taught more than 25 two-day photo workshops. When he’s not out shooting or teaching, he’s enjoying time with his wife and six kids or reading a good business book.
To see all the videos Trevor has put together this month, click here: Facebook Page Videos.
Here’s a sampling of a few of them.
What Quality Should I Export My JPEGs in Lightroom
What Quality Should I Export My JPEGs in Lightroom Starting a new series where Trevor Dayley will be sharing a short video tip each day to help you with your photography. Today’s tip is how you can save time and storage space by choosing the right export settings in Lightroom. Check back daily to see more tips and if you find it helpful be sure to share with others! Thanks!
Posted by SLR Lounge on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Setting up Export Presets in Lightroom
Setting up Export Presets in LightroomWe started a new series yesterday in which Trevor Dayley will be sharing a new video tip each day for photographers. Tonight’s tip is all about building export presets in Lightroom to speed up your workflow. The video is just a couple minutes long and is sure to save you those minutes the first time you use it! Tune in daily for more short helpful tips!
Posted by SLR Lounge on Wednesday, September 2, 2015
White Balance Shortcuts in Lightroom