With this neat trick, you won’t necessarily need a Palette dial for each Lightroom adjustment you’d like to control. Here is how to control any function in Lightroom using just onePalette dialand still have speed and precision.
I try to aim for my images to tell a story. I keep them fairly simple, with a moody contrast and a nice pop of color. They often end up looking a little surreal. See how Phil captures and edits his stunning aerial shots, and his secret to staying efficient while editing in Lightroom, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.
Sometimes your passion isn’t your day job. When wedding photographer Aaron Najera first moved to the beautiful island of Maui in Hawaii, like most young people, he just needed a job to make ends meet. In fact, Aaron had never even held a DSLR before. Like so many photographers, his love and appreciation for this craft evolved over time. We sat down with Aaron to talk about his creative journey how he turned his passion for cameras into a career.
There’s a common phrase “work smarter, not harder,” and that also applies to the way you edit your photos. In this video, Brian Matiash shows you his two most important pieces of hardware that he has been using for years to edit his photos in Lightroom.
Let’s face it, post production is time consuming and dreaded by most photographer. Here’s how Dani Diamond achieves professional edits using Photoshop, Wacom, and Palette Gear in less than 15 minutes per photo.