Everyone wants to make their photos pop. You can find a ton of tutorials showing how to manipulate sliders in Lightroom or use plugins, but there is a simple tool that I don’t see mentioned very often. If you want to know how to improve color in Lightroom, you need to start with with your […]
With the demise of Aperture, most of us are using Lightroom to organize our photos. In Episode 8 of The Photo Flunky Show, we’ll talk about some classic mistakes people make in Lightroom organization and what you should do, instead. I share my three point system for Lightroom organization to keep things simple and effective. […]
Is the heyday of HDR over, or has the game changed with new techniques like 32 bit TIFF files and Luminosity Masks? With modern cameras using better sensors, do you still need HDR? Software products like Photomatix and Nik’s HDR Efex Pro haven’t seen a substantial update in a while, yet we have new HDR […]
I will never create Lightroom Collections again, and I don’t think you should, either. For years, we’ve been mislead into thinking that collections were the best way to organize our photos. You ought to know that advice is completely wrong. I can show you a better way.
Lightroom CC Facial Recognition is an interesting new feature for portrait photography. I had a facial recognition feature in Aperture, but found it caused poor performance as it scoured images for faces. It seemed like a good idea to see if Lightroom CC facial recognition worked better for me.