While going through the photos from Taiwan for yesterday’s monthly “throwback” post, I inevitably saw a couple of unedited photos that I liked enough to work on them and in this particular one, it was possible to show a few useful techniques in a very simple photograph, so I recorded a video of the process.
Video: Developing a Bird Photo in Lightroom
Developing a bird photo in Lightroom (Classic, but applies to Cloud just as well) and showing a couple of techniques that I use often in the Develop module, and of course not just for bird photos! :)
Video: Tone Curve as Local Adjustment in Lightroom Classic v12
Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) version 15 added the possibility to use the Tone Curve as a local adjustment with the Masking features. Since Lightroom and ACR share the same rendering engine, Lightroom can render those edits* even though it’s lacking the UI to add/edit them. Here’s how to use them, if you’re really, really desperate. 😉
Lightroom Stuff: New Develop Video, Troubleshooting, Bug
Three Lightroom-related things: a new video with the development of a photo; a new page with common Lightroom Classic troubleshooting tips; and a warning about a bug in the current Lightroom Classic v11.4.
Video: Where To Begin (Developing Photos)
The one or two questions I hear a lot as a Lightroom & photography instructor are “how do you know what to do when you’re developing a photo” and “where do you begin?” — in this video, I’m trying to provide ONE possible answer.
How Did I Not See This?!
How did I not notice the poorly polarized sky in the example photo that I used in my video… where I show how to fix this? :)