Nowadays, we have digital cameras with higher Megapixels. It is a blessing in disguise, even though it has some disadvantages. The high-resolution photos allow us to crop the image without losing details. Sometimes, you are forced to crop the image due to many reasons. It may be for getting a good Image composition, for a tight portrait of the subject, or to convert the image into a different Aspect ratio. So, whatever be the reason, in this article, I will teach you how to Crop and Straighten in Lightroom.
You may not be having a fast lens with a wide aperture to get a good shallow Depth of field for a blurred background. Otherwise, the distance from the subject and the background is less, and it didn’t give you a nicely blurred background. So, you will be looking to blur background of your image. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to blur background in Lightroom. It will help you add a realistic blur to the photo.
Adobe has added the Texture and Clarity sliders to Lightroom Classic v8.3 (May 2019 release) and Adobe Camera RAW (ACR) photo editing software. Now, these two sliders are clubbed along with the DeHaze slider, inside the “Basic” editing module. They together form the “Presence” submodule. As the name suggests, you can use these sliders to vary the level of details of the subjects in the image.
Most of the photographers out there would be using Adobe Lightroom for editing photos. If you have lots of images to edit, then it will be a tedious job to edit one by one. So, you can make this process easy by using the batch edit feature in Lightroom. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to batch edit in Lightroom.
If you are a photographer, be it amateur or professional, you must know to watermark your images. It is essential when you upload pictures to the web. Most of the photographers would be using Lightroom or Photoshop for photo editing. So, I will show you how to add watermark in Lightroom and Photoshop. I will try to explain the whole procedure in simple steps.
Did you get a Telephoto lens recently for your DSLR or mirrorless camera? Then, you will be looking for subjects to try out your new lens. Your new telephoto lens can be any lens like the basic 55-250mm or a 500mm prime lens. I will share 10 things which you can photograph with a Telephoto lens.
Which is the best camera for wildlife photography? This is one question which I get most of the time. I have been doing wildlife photography since 2009. So, I have tried out most of the cameras. Thus, I have decided to list out the best cameras for wildlife photography from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.