In this review of Skylum Luminar 3 photo editing software, see what it can do and if it’s for you or not. Whether you are new to processing or have had more experience with Lightroom, Photoshop or Aperture this may be just the thing to help you take your images to the next level.
If you are looking for a good Lightroom course, look no further. I personally recommend Lightroom Made Easy by Phil Steele – read to see why.
Here is a detailed guide with tips for shooting and processing bracketed images using Lightroom’s Merge to HDR function. It also includes some examples of processing just a single raw file for comparison.
Are you guilty of these 7 processing sins that might be ruining your photographs? Read this and find the solution, which is often moderation. Add your own thoughts in the comments.
Watch this video tutorial on how to use adjustment layers and smart objects in Photoshop to do nondestructive editing, so you can safely process your photos without having to worry about making a mistake or messing it up.