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4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Wondering if You Should Shoot JPEG or Raw

4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Wondering if You Should Shoot JPEG or Raw

Is there ever a reason to shoot JPEG over raw when photographing people and clients? Let’s have a quick discussion about when it may be beneficial to photograph in JPEG or raw and why you might choose
Three Things You Shouldn't Do in Lightroom

Three Things You Shouldn't Do in Lightroom

There are many articles and videos on how to do certain things in Lightroom, but how often do you read about something that you shouldn't do? Let's cover a few of them. [ Read More ]
Better Environmental Portraits with Luminar 4

Better Environmental Portraits with Luminar 4

Creating dynamic and interesting images in a time crunch situation sometimes means you’ll have to finish your images in post to develop the most iconic and exciting imagery for yourself or a client.
How to Use Radial Filters to Accentuate Your Subject in Lightroom

How to Use Radial Filters to Accentuate Your Subject in Lightroom

While there are a lot of advanced and intricate techniques for working with your images, one of the simplest but most effective methods for accentuating your subject in Lightroom is the radial filter.
Attention Lightroom Classic Users: PSB Support Is Finally Here!

Attention Lightroom Classic Users: PSB Support Is Finally Here!

Well, it finally happened. Lightroom Classic now supports PSB files! To be clear, this is the February 2020 release (Version 9.2). So if you’re a Creative Cloud subscriber, simply update Lightroom to

Avalanche uses AI to convert from Aperture to Lightroom (and preserves your edits)

New Mac app Avalanche uses artificial intelligence to preserve all your edits and metadata when it converts Aperture libraries to Lightroom. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Adobe adds split-screen multitasking to Lightroom on iPad

If you'd prefer to have a second app open on your screen while editing photos, Adobe might have just granted your wish. It's enabling split-screen multitasking in Lightroom on iPad with the app's most
How to Use Lightroom’s Tone Curve to Control Contrast and Tonal Range

How to Use Lightroom’s Tone Curve to Control Contrast and Tonal Range

Whichever application you might encounter it in, the tone curve can be a little intimidating if you’re new to editing. This excellent short video from Mango Street gives you a great introduction to
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Lightroom Filter Bar

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Lightroom Filter Bar

Lightroom has features that go unused by many users simply because they aren't out front in plain view. The filter bar is one of those features and is a great tool that you might be able to put to
The Simple Secret of Creating Dramatic Landscape Photos

The Simple Secret of Creating Dramatic Landscape Photos

The difference between a mediocre edit and a superb edit is sometimes subtle. This subtle difference can often be just a matter of applying a minor dodge and burn, vignette, or other editing technique
DxO PhotoLab 3.1: A Lightroom Replacement?

DxO PhotoLab 3.1: A Lightroom Replacement?

Photolab 3.1 from DXO has been out a couple of months now, and early looks from photographers have been positive. It's a complete raw editor and has many features photographers will expect to see and

How To Install Lightroom Presets Into Lightroom Mobile

Many of you have been asking us how to install Lightroom presets into Lightroom mobile and with the recent Lightroom update, you can now do this. The post How To Install Lightroom Presets Into... [[
Dodging and Burning in Capture One 20: How to Do It and Why It's Great

Dodging and Burning in Capture One 20: How to Do It and Why It's Great

Today, we're going to discuss how dodging and burning can improve your photos and show you how easy it is in Capture One 20. [ Read More ]
How to Edit Landscape Images for a Painterly Feel in Lightroom

How to Edit Landscape Images for a Painterly Feel in Lightroom

Some landscape photographers produce images that have a distinctly classical, painterly tone to them. The starting point is always a good image, but in order to tease out this particular ambience, a
Answers to Your Most Common Lightroom Questions

Answers to Your Most Common Lightroom Questions

The post Answers to Your Most Common Lightroom Questions appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darina Kopcok. Adobe Lightroom offers ease of use as well as high
Five Ways Lightroom Is Just Better

Five Ways Lightroom Is Just Better

Following up from last’s week’s article about Capture One, today, we’ll take a look at its main rival in the raw processing field, Lightroom. To keep things on a relatively level playing field, I’ll
What's Wrong With Buying Lightroom Presets?

What's Wrong With Buying Lightroom Presets?

Presets are a contentious topic in the world of photography, especially when it seems that every photographer on YouTube has a pack of film emulations to flog. That said, they do have their place, and
Two Quick and Useful Tips for Using the Radial Filter in Lightroom

Two Quick and Useful Tips for Using the Radial Filter in Lightroom

Lightroom is full of both global and local adjustment tools for your images, and you might be surprised by just how far you can push an edit without having to jump into Photoshop. This quick and

Here Are Sheen Watkins’ New Year’s Resolutions

Like a steam train, 2020 is coming around the bend and it's time for New Years Resolutions. But where did 2019 go? Thankfully, we have our photography to hold the many sights and eye treasures we

Top Posts of 2019

As we get ready to say goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020, it’s the perfect time to look back at the top 10 most popular CreativePro posts written or updated in in the past year (according to Google).