Photographer Chris Alvanas finishes explaining the adjustment brush and goes through doing some minor portrait retouching with Lightroom 2
There are many reasons why I thoroughly enjoy using Lightroom, and near the top of my list is creating black-and-white images.
The most recent release of Lightroom is better than ever.
The new and improved database catalogs in Lightroom add a new level of flexibility, control, and organization.
In this article, we’ll focus on techniques that will strengthen your workflow skills and simultaneously reveal some of the new features in Lightroom 1.1.
There are many techniques for combining photos into one High Dynamic Range image. Follow along with this workflow to create the effect using Lightroom.
The Auto Import feature in Lightroom gives you instant access to your photo shoot. You can preview, compare, adjust on the fly, while you are still shooting.
There’s something moving, poetic, and profound about a good black-and-white photograph. If you haven’t experimented with black and white or if you’re an old pro, this article will give you the skills to create stunning black-and-white images.