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.
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.
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, most of the people are taking photos to upload into social media sites like Instagram and Facebook. Instagram is a dedicated platform for photographers when compared to Facebook. So, the image quality matters here. More than 80% of the people use Lightroom to edit and upload an image to Instagram. But, only the right Lightroom export settings for Instagram will give you the best image quality in this platform.
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.