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Split Toning | The ‘Secret’ In The Recipes For Many Adored Images, & Totally Undervalued
The Split Toning Panel must be one of the most neglected in Lightroom, yet it’s something many pros swear by, and can help with white balance, continuity of look, & color grading. Here’s what it’s all about. It’s simple.
Your Raw Files Don’t Define You As A Photographer, But Neither Does Your Post Processing
Photographer Jessica Kobeissi gives a few words on why photographers don’t give clients raw files, and I add some thoughts on what was missed.
Photoshop and Lightroom Image Resizing Resource Guide
Here’s your Photoshop and Lightroom image resizing resource guide, featuring links to articles covering most everything you could ever need to know on the topic.
How to Create Photoshop Actions The Right Way So They Work Every Time
Photoshop actions are an indispensable part of my workflow. They allow me to save time and to utilize the vast array of editing techniques I have picked up over the years. What you may not know is there is a right and wrong way to create them!
Lightroom Presets | 5 Reasons to Add Them to Your Photo Editing Workflow
Looking to save time or “level-up” your photo editing? Need a more efficient workflow? Learning how to use presets within Lightroom might be exactly what you need! Here are 5 reasons I have added Lightroom Presets to my workflow.
Free Preset Pack To Bring Dehaze To Your Non-CC Lightroom
Don’t have the Dehaze tool in your version of Lightroom? No worries, here’s a preset pack to cover you.
How to Take Your RAW Files from Drab to Fab in 5 Clicks or Less
With the SLR Lounge Lightroom Preset System, I save a lot of time. I’ll show you how to take your RAW files from drab to fab in 5 clicks or less.
Photography Actions and Presets Are The Devil! Or Are They? The Benefits of Using Them In Your Workflow
Actions and Presets can be bad if used in the wrong way, but if you use them correctly, that can be a very handy tool for photographers.