Do you feel that your image lacks quality after uploading it to Facebook? If yes, then this article is for you. Most of the photographers will be using Lightroom for editing images. But, you may not be using the right export settings. In this tutorial, I will teach you, how to use the best Lightroom Export settings for Facebook. It will ensure that your pictures are displayed in the best quality.
Are you looking for a good photo viewer and image browser for Mac? If yes, then WidsMob Viewer may be a good choice. In this article, I will review the WidsMob Viewer Pro in detail. So, let us see if it is a suitable replacement for the inbuilt Mac Photo viewer.
Do you feel that the photo print looks different from what you see in your computer display ☹️? If yes, then it can because of two reasons. Firstly, you will be using an uncalibrated monitor. Secondly, the color profile of the image is not matching with the color profile of the printer 🖨 and the photo paper type. In this article, I will teach you how to do soft proofing in Lightroom for better prints 😇. So, I will be addressing the second issue here.
Topaz Mask AI, another product from Topaz Labs in their AI series. I have tried all the other AI products, which include Gigapixel AI, Denoise AI, Adjust AI, Sharpen AI, and JPEG to RAW AI software. The performance of each product is really good 😊. In this article, I will do the Topaz Mask AI review in detail. So, let us see whether the Topaz Mask AI keeps the promise or not?
Do you face the issue of slant and leaning buildings/structures in your images?; except for structures like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which is already a leaning structure 😉. If you are into Architecture photography, photographing buildings and monuments, then you may come across this problem. It is a perspective distortion due to the angle of photography and camera optics. But, you can correct perspective in Lightroom. I will explain the 🖥 Lightroom Perspective correction in detail in this tutorial.
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.