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Four alternatives to Adobe Lightroom 2019

Adobe recently announced that it would both discontinue downloads of older versions of Creative Cloud apps (which includes Lightroom and Photoshop), and revoke the license for older software. Further, Adobe tweeted that consumers “may face potential claims of infringement by third parties.” For some photographers, the thought of continuing to use Adobe’s subscription-based products is unpalatable, and fortunately, there […] The post Four alternatives to Adobe Lightroom 2019 appeared first on DIY...
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Adobe Lightroom, Allen Murabayashi, Lightroom Alternatives


Seven crucial steps to get beautiful colors in Adobe Lightroom

A couple of years back, It was difficult for me to get accurate colors while post-processing an Image. I had been struggling to get my head around Adobe Lightroom just to get right colors in my images. I was having a hard time editing the skin colors of newborns and portraits. I was seeing a […] The post Seven crucial steps to get beautiful colors in Adobe Lightroom appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lightroom, Color Correction, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Tutorial, Lightroom Tips, Shreyas S. Yadav


Two simple ways to copy the color grade from one image to another

Color grading is a great way to change the mood of your images, and there is more than one way to do it. But other than doing it from scratch, you can copy the color grading of an image you particularly like, and add the same mood to your shots. In this video, Ted Forbes […] The post Two simple ways to copy the color grade from one image to another appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Color, Tutorials, Editing, Photo Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Color Grading, Adobe Lightroom, Ted Forbes


Using older Adobe CC apps could get you sued, Adobe warns

A few days ago, Adobe discontinued older versions of some Creative Cloud apps. The company is now sending emails to its customers warning them of potential legal actions. That is, if you continue using these apps – you risk getting sued for infringement by third parties. Matt Roszak shared a copy of the email on […] The post Using older Adobe CC apps could get you sued, Adobe warns appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Cc, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe CC Photography, Matt Roszak


This tutorial will get you started in using Lightroom in under 30 minutes

If you’re new to Lightroom, you may feel like you don’t know where to begin. It would be useful to have someone guide you through it, right? Rachel and Daniel of Mango Street have a fantastic video for you to get you started in using Lightroom. In less than 30 minutes, they will guide you […] The post This tutorial will get you started in using Lightroom in under 30 minutes appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lightroom, Daniel, Rachel, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Tutorial, Lightroom Tips, Mango Street


Adobe panics photographers by testing new plans for photo subscriptions

Don't panic — the changes to Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop subscription plans are just a test, the company says. After photographers panicked about the pricing changes, Adobe said that the change is just a test. The post Adobe panics photographers by testing new plans for photo subscriptions appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Trends, Computing, Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Don, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Creative Cloud


Skylum’s new Luminar Flex plugin brings Luminar AI tools to Photoshop, Lightroom, and Apple Photos

Skylum has announced Luminar Flex, a new plugin that brings Luminar’s AI enhancing tools to third-party apps. You can now use Luminar adjustments and effects with Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and Photoshop Elements, as well as with Photos for Mac. Luminar 3 is a winner of TIPA’s “Best Image Software” award for 2019. Skylum CEO Alex […] The post Skylum’s new Luminar Flex plugin brings Luminar AI tools to Photoshop, Lightroom, and Apple Photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Mac, Windows, Alex, Apple Photos, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, TIPA, LUMINAR, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom Classic, Luminar 2018, Skylum, Luminar 3, Luminar Flex


Stop wasting money on Lightroom presets: here are three reasons to create your own

Lightroom presets can be a handy tool for learning how to edit. However, it’s easy to fall into a trap of thinking that they’re a quick fix for all of your images. In this video, Mark Denney explains why buying presets isn’t such a good idea. Instead of investing money, it’s much better to invest […] The post Stop wasting money on Lightroom presets: here are three reasons to create your own appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Tutorials, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Presets, Adobe Lightroom, Mark Denney


This trick will tell you which lens to buy next

Buying a new lens is always an exciting event. But, with such a huge choice, you may be indecisive about the one in which you should invest your hard-earned money. In this video, Toma Bonciu suggests a simple trick that will help you determine what would be the ideal next lens for you. Additionally, this […] The post This trick will tell you which lens to buy next appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Lenses, Lightroom, Adobe Lightroom, Focal Length, Toma Bonciu, Photo Tom


This unexpected Lightroom slider helps making perfect black and white conversions

There are several ways to convert your images to black and white in Photoshop and Lightroom, and to edit their final look. But Colin Smith of photoshopCAFE suggests a method that you may not have tried before. In this quick tutorial, he’ll show you how to use the Color Temperature slider to edit your black […] The post This unexpected Lightroom slider helps making perfect black and white conversions appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Black And White, Tutorials, Editing, Lightroom, Monochrome, Adobe Lightroom, Colin Smith, PhotoshopCAFE


Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw now use AI to enhance details in your photos

Adobe has been using its AI-powered Sensei technology to introduce various upgrades to its apps. In the most recent upgrade, Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic, and Lightroom CC became able to enhance details in your images and give you up to 30% higher resolution on raw files. The new feature is called Enhance Details and it […] The post Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw now use AI to enhance details in your photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Adobe, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Detail, Camera Raw, Lightroom Cc, Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Sensei, Enhance, Lightroom Classic


Using A.I., Lightroom can now boost the resolution of RAW photos

Need to eek a bit more resolution out of a RAW file? Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw can help with a new feature called Detail Enhance. The tool uses A.I. in the demosaicing process to enhance details and reduce artifacts. The post Using A.I., Lightroom can now boost the resolution of RAW photos appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Lightroom, AI in photography


Six things that will raise your image editing to the next level

When you are taking a photo, it’s always good to achieve as much as you can in-camera. However, we’re not always in the position to do it, and sour photos often call for at least a little enhancement in post. In this video, Jamie Windsor suggests six things that will raise this post-processing part to […] The post Six things that will raise your image editing to the next level appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Editing, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Jamie Windsor


The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – My MIDI2LR Setup (final installment)

In the final part of this series, I am giving you my configuration for the Behringer X-Touch Mini that I’ve shown you in the previous part. Of course, everyone has different workflows and the biggest advantage of generic MIDI controllers is that you can personalize all functions. So have a look at my configuration, play […] The post The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – My MIDI2LR Setup (final installment) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Lightroom, Midi, Behringer, Adobe Lightroom, Loupedeck, MIDI Controller, Carsten Schlipf, Lightroom Midi, Palette Gear


The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – MIDI Controllers (second installment)

One of the biggest challenges, when trying to use a MIDI controller with Lightroom is to find a controller that works well for Lightroom. As already said in the first part of this series, MIDI controllers are optimized for sound production, not for photo editing. So when you start you will face a chicken-egg problem: […] The post The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – MIDI Controllers (second installment) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Lightroom, Midi, Adobe Lightroom, Loupedeck, MIDI Controller, Carsten Schlipf, Lightroom Midi, Palette Gear


The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – Introduction (first installment)

Editing images with Software like Lightroom typically involves changing parameters like exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, and so on for more than 90% of your work. These parameters are controlled using sliders that you have to drag with your Mouse – sliders that emulate physical controls. Why not use such physical controls like sliders or control […] The post The Complete Lightroom and MIDI tutorial – Introduction (first installment) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Lightroom, Midi, Adobe Lightroom, Loupedeck, MIDI Controller, Carsten Schlipf, Lightroom Midi, Palette Gear


Triple processing of a single RAW file

Please note that this tutorial is meant for advanced users of Photoshop who are well familiar with layers, masks and luminosity masks. Occasionally when examining a raw file I get a reasonably clear idea on how I would like the end result to be. In this instance I had an inner picture of trees glowing […] The post Triple processing of a single RAW file appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Tutorials, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Post Processing, Adobe Lightroom, Ole Henrik Skjelstad, Postprocessing


Use these 10 Lightroom features to speed up your workflow

If you’re new to Lightroom, you ought to know that there are plenty of features and tricks that will make your editing easier and speed up your workflow immensely. In this fun video, Ed Gregory of Photos In Color has compiled ten of his favorite features that do just that. They improve your editing and […] The post Use these 10 Lightroom features to speed up your workflow appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Lightroom, Lightroom Cc, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Tips, Ed Gregory, Lightroom Classic, Photos in Color


TourBox is a one-handed Photoshop console designed to swiftly edit photos

Among a growing number of photo editing "keyboards," the TourBox is designed to use just one hand to leave the other on a mouse or graphics tablet. The TourBox is designed to work with Lightroom, Photoshop, and several others. The post TourBox is a one-handed Photoshop console designed to swiftly edit photos appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Kickstarter, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop CC, Digital Photo Editing


A Mystery Solved

There's a Fuji X-H1 on the way here for a short trial, so I'm getting up to speed on some of the background. For some time now, I've had to sort of slot it in the "Shrug" file whenever anyone slags Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) for converting Fuji X-Trans raw files. People say things like, "Are you using ACR? Then you're not seeing what Fuji can do. You have to use Iridient" (or Capture One or whatever), or "it's well known that Adobe doesn't do well with X-Trans files." And yet they always seemed good...
Tags: Google, Photography, Software, Fujifilm, Fuji, Lightroom, Bayer, Adobe Photoshop, Michael Johnston, Mike, Michael C Johnston, Christopher, Amazon US, Adobe Lightroom, Amazon Canada, Tim Bradshaw


Five ways to bump local exposure without dodging

Dodging is a good way to draw attention to the subject in your image. However, it comes with certain drawbacks, and sometimes alternative methods are a better solution. In this video, Jonathan Lee Martin gives you five alternatives to dodging that will make your subject pop without harming your image. When you dodge specific areas […] The post Five ways to bump local exposure without dodging appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Tutorials, Editing, Dodge, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Exposure, Adobe Lightroom, Photo Editing Tips, Dodge And Burn, Lightroom Tips, Jonathan Lee Martin


A Mystery Solved

There's a Fuji X-H1 on the way here for a short trial, so I'm getting up to speed on some of the background. For some time now, I've had to sort of slot it in the "Shrug" file whenever anyone slags Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) for converting Fuji X-Trans raw files. People say things like, "Are you using ACR? Then you're not seeing what Fuji can do. You have to use Iridient" (or Capture One or whatever), or "it's well known that Adobe doesn't do well with X-Trans files." And yet they always seemed good...
Tags: Photography, Software, Fuji, Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Adobe Lightroom, Amazon Canada, Fuji X Trans, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


Adobe is bringing Photoshop to the iPad and, eventually, other tablets

A full version of Photoshop is coming to the iPad -- and soon, other tablets, as well. Adobe also launched several new features for Photoshop and Lightroom, including a new Content-Aware Fill tool. The post Adobe is bringing Photoshop to the iPad and, eventually, other tablets appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Adobe, Trends, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Max 2018


Lightroom Auto Mask Tutorial – How To Mask Anything Super Fast!

Adobe Lightroom’s Auto Mask feature for the local adjustment brush is powerful. But it also slows down your workflow and Lightroom itself. In this video, I show you a trick to get more speed out of Lightroom and your editing and masking workflow. You’ll wish you knew this sooner!
Tags: Photography, Photographers, Lightroom, Adobe Lightroom


This is the fastest way to focus stack your images in Photoshop

There are situations when the best method to get a perfectly sharp landscape image is to focus stack it. In this video tutorial, photographer Mark Denney will show you the fastest way to do it and end up with perfect results. In Mark’s example image, there was not a lot of available light and there […] The post This is the fastest way to focus stack your images in Photoshop appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Focus Stacking, Mark, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Lightroom Tutorial, Mark Denney


Lightroom Publish Services: The hidden gem that everyone needs

Question for you: who uses the Lightroom Publish services? If you do, you’re probably already enjoying the time it’s saving you. Sleeping in later, enjoying extended holidays, spending more time with the kids etc. Ah, choices, choices. OK, I might be exaggerating. A little. But really, the humble Publish function in LR has to be […] The post Lightroom Publish Services: The hidden gem that everyone needs appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Workflow, Lightroom, LR, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Plugin, Jeffrey Friedl, Lightroom Publish Services


This is Why I Miss Apple Aperture and Why I Think Apple Photos is Not A Replacement

Many photographers that run a more Apple centric system will clearly remember Apple’s digital asset management (DAM) software, Aperture. It was the first program that worked effectively as DAM and a RAW editor in one package. It was soon joined by Adobe Lightroom and together the two revolutionised the post-production workflows of many photographers. Sadly Apple decided to discontinue Aperture in 2015 and it was replaced by the free successor to iPhoto simply called Photos. Today I am going to l...
Tags: Apple, Photography, UPS, Lightroom, Post Production, Apple Photos, LR, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Of course Photos, Aperture Limited Editing Capabilities Again


How to mask anything in Lightroom in a few seconds

Lightroom’s Auto Mask option is a useful tool that can save you a lot of time. But this video from Signature Edits shows you how you can make the Auto Mask feature even faster and more efficient. This way you’ll be able to mask even very complex images in a few seconds, which will save […] The post How to mask anything in Lightroom in a few seconds appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Image Editing, Photography, Masks, Tutorials, Editing, Lightroom, Photo Editing, Adobe Lightroom, Masking, Signature Edits


Here are some tips to help you speed up your Lightroom workflow

Even if you know how to use Lightroom, your workflow may still be a bit chaotic (I know mine is). If you work with a lot of photos at once, Tyler Stalman guides you through his rating system that will help you become faster, better organized and more consistent in culling and editing your images. […] The post Here are some tips to help you speed up your Lightroom workflow appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Tips, Tyler Stalman


Understanding Noise And How To Reduce It In-Camera and In Post-Production

Have you ever noticed countless tiny colored dots in your photographs? If you have, it’s probably because you have (consciously or not) forced your camera into becoming more sensitive to light. That feature or decision is managed via the ISO settings, because aperture is responsible for the amount of light hitting the sensor, and shutter speed determines how long light actually hits the sensor. ISO is the main reason for noise in our photographs, and today we’ll talk about how to reduce it. Ther...
Tags: Google, Photography, ISO, Camera Craft, Adobe Lightroom, Jakob Owens, Unsplash Cameras, ShareGrid, Majid Sadr, Damir Kotorić, Mikaela Shannon



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