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Vibrance vs. Saturation In Lightroom (And when to use them)

These two sliders can cause a lot of confusion for Lightroom users. They are right next to each other and both affect the color intensity in your image. However, knowing the difference between them can improve your results significantly. The main difference between vibrance and saturation is that saturation adjusts the intensity of all colors … Read more

How To Convert Your Favorite Images To Video

Sponsored post. Does your gallery include a large number of vintage or family photographs? Use your imagination to turn them into stunning video collages. Thus, you may cherish these moments even more by sharing them with the world. A video collage not only looks good but also adds value to all the images that you … Read more

How To Whiten Teeth In Lightroom Classic

If you are retouching portraits in Lightroom, whitening teeth is important, especially if you are shooting closer portraits or headshots. I’m going to share with you my simple and easy settings I use to whiten teeth in Lightroom Classic. To whiten teeth in Lightroom quickly and easily, use the brush tool with Saturation at -75 … Read more

How To Rotate A Photo In Lightroom

Whether you’re using a tripod or holding the camera when you take a photo, it may not be perfectly rotated the way you want right out of the camera. But this is extremely easy to fix in Lightroom and there are multiple ways to rotate a photo in Lightroom depending on what you need to … Read more

How To Batch Edit In Lightroom Classic 2022

Adobe Lightroom Classic is an excellent tool for managing and editing a large number of photos quickly and efficiently. But if you don’t know how to use the tools available to you in Lightroom, then you may be wasting valuable time. Here are all the ways that you can batch edit in Lightroom Classic… Apply … Read more

How To Zoom In Lightroom

Zooming in Lightroom is a basic but extremely useful function that will let you see your image up close and more detailed so you can better see how certain changes affect the image. So knowing all the ways you can zoom in Lightroom and making it second nature will let you edit your photos faster … Read more

How To Remove Shadows In Lightroom

When you shoot in the sunlight or anywhere else with bright lights, you’re bound to end up with some harsh shadows every now and then. But all is not lost. You can remove shadows in Lightroom with these simple techniques and make it look natural so no one can even tell you edited the image. … Read more

How To Use Color Grading In Lightroom Classic (New 2020 Feature!)

Adobe Lightroom recently added a very exciting new feature that professional photo and even video editors will find familiar and quite useful…the color grading tab. Adobe Lightroom’s color grading tab allows you to add specific color tones to the shadows, mid-tones, highlights, and overall image separately and also adjust the saturation and luminance of those … Read more

Should You Use Multiple Lightroom Catalogs?

One of the most common questions about Lightroom is whether you should use multiple catalogs. And there are a lot of misconceptions out there about this question. But it’s actually quite simple. For typical Lightroom use, you should NOT be using multiple catalogs. Using multiple catalogs can slow down your workflow, hinder your ability to … Read more

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