There is no doubt that Adobe Lightroom is one of the best post-processing software out there, especially for photographers. Lightroom’s non-destructive workflow and ease of use make it a popular photo editing tool among photographers. In this article, we will learn how to sharpen images in Lightroom.
It is a real pain to remove noise and artifacts in your image. It is followed by the image sharpening process, especially when for a batch of images. Topaz AI Clear from Topaz Labs claims to remove image noise, artifacts and sharpens the image with a single click. Did I say, with a single click? Yes, Topaz Labs claim so. Let us find out whether it does the job or not.
How many of you are looking to fix the haze effect in your pictures? If you are still looking for a solution, then you have come to the right place. I will teach you to fix this haze in Lightroom. I am a big fan of this filter option in Lightroom. If you are unaware of this option, then I highly recommend going through this detailed Lightroom Dehaze guide.
As you all know, Lightroom is one of the best post-processing tools for photographers. There are many beautiful presets available online, both free and paid. You can make use of these presets to transform your photos. If you don’t know how to install Lightroom presets. Don’t worry, you can go through this detailed guide and learn how to install Lightroom presets.
If you are a photographer who is really interested in printing photos then this article is for you. In my earlier days, I was not bothered much about photo printing since I was just posting photos on my website and social media websites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Later I started printing my photographs. I tried many photo printing shops both online as well as from photo printing shops near me. I was not at all happy with the print colors. It took me one year to realize that it was all because of the wrong Lightroom export settings for print. As a result of which I had to process photos later with the correct Lightroom export settings for print.