Skylum Announces Luminar AI

Skylum has just announced a new application called Luminar AI. This is a separate application from the current version of Luminar, and according to the available information they are aiming it to “reinvent” photo editing by using artificial intelligence. To be honest, it’s a...

Learn How to Blend Exposures in Lightroom

Learning how to properly and convincingly blend exposures will enable you to have much more versatility in your process, particularly when you are dealing with scenes with a high amount of dynamic range. This great video will show you how to use Lightroom...

Let There Be Light

Iphone11 ProMaxI have been a black and white Photographer for most of my life. From a very early age nearly 50 years ago I have been shooting black and white and I guess growing up watching a black and white TV, I learned from an...

How to Create ISO Adaptive Presets in Lightroom 9.3

One of the interesting new features added to the latest version of Lightroom is the ability to create ISO adaptive presets. What this means is that you can create presets that will change their settings depending on the ISO of the image to which they’re...

Simple Lightroom Techniques for Compelling Landscape Images

There is a bit of trend toward heavy post-processing in landscape photography these days, with advanced techniques like luminosity masks and focus stacking prevailing in lots of images. And while there is certainly nothing inherently wrong with those techniques, sometimes, it is satisfying to...

More Lightroom Print Module Tips for Creating Social Media Images

If you don’t print your images, you may not have spent much time in Lightroom’s print module. The thing is, though, the print module is actually quite a useful and relatively easy to use layout tool, that can be used for more than just printing....

Frame Photos for Instagram using Lightroom’s Print Module

If you post on Instagram, I’m sure you’ve come across the problem of getting your images to fit within the Instagram aspect ration. Instagram uses 5X4 (or 4X5) as the ratio for images posted to the platform, but most cameras shoot 6X4. There are many...

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