Some Of Our Top Lightroom Tips and Tutorials
Most of the questions that I get from our readers are relating to Lightroom. With so many people using Lightroom as their main editing software I have been focusing a lot of time creating tutorials and articles with Lightroom tips for everyone. We have a lot of Lightroom articles now that many of you might have missed so I wanted to group together a list of some past Lightroom articles. I also have some pretty cool things I am working on in the future for Lightroom tutorials so stay tuned.
Here is a list of 10 Lightroom tips and tutorials you might have missed. If you ever run into a Lightroom question let me know, you can always comment at the bottom of any post, connect on our Digital Photo Buzz Facebook wall, Tweet me @digitalphotobuz or connect with me on Google +
Free Lightroom Presets for Photographers – Who doesn’t love free? Over the past year I have created 6 different mini sets of presets all totally free to download. These have been some of our most popular posts. Download them all and don’t forget to tweet out the page for your friends.
5 quick tips on Photoshop Lightroom – There are tons of ways to save time with Lightroom and this post gives you 5 quick tips.
How to create a light leak effect in Lightroom – Looking to add a little vintage flare to your images in Lightroom. Check out this guide on how to add a light leak effect.
Using brushes in Lightroom – Brushes are a powerful part of Lightroom to edit specific areas.
How to speed up Lightroom loading times – When processing thousands of images speed is always important. This post will give you some good tips to speed up your loading times.
Using lightroom graduated filter to create tilt shift look
– If you don’t have an expensive Tilt shift lens you can still get that cool look with Lightroom.
Using The Pick and Reject Flags in Lightroom to Organize – Lightroom is not only a way to edit your photos but can be used to catalog your images and as a way to proof your shoot.
Changing The Cameras Timestamp In Lightroom – This comes in handy for those times you forgot to sync 2 cameras together. Quick way to change the cameras time.
Exporting images in Lightroom for iPad – A look at how to get the best images to display on your iPad when exporting in Lightroom.
Using Lightroom Brushes to Soften Skin – A quick way to soften skin for portrait retouching.
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