How to EASILY fix yellow tones in Lightroom
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by Heather Ford
3M ago
Yellow in the portraits can be a good thing, but can also be a not-so-good thing. Golden yellow tones at sunset and sunrise? GOOD. Yellow teeth, snow, and skin tones? NOT SO GOOD. While I personally love the color of sunshine, it’s not a great look when it tints the subjects in your photos. Too much yellow can make portraits look unnatural – which I am sure you’re wanting to avoid. But, it’s very easy to fix in Lightroom! In fact, it only takes a few steps – so let’s get to it! Here’s an easy trick to fix yellow tones and color casts in Lightroom Easy, peasy, am I right? You can easily fix th ..read more
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How to add fall colors to ANY photo with this Lightroom trick
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by Heather Ford
8M ago
It’s fall outside, but the trees didn’t get the memo. Your clients show up to their photo sessions in their carefully curated fall outfits, yet all of the foliage is still screaming summer. YIKES. Now they are talking about a re-shoot (ahem…on your wallet). Talk about awkward. So, what’s a photographer to do? Can you really make summer trees look like fall with a little bit of editing? Yes, you can. It’s EASY to add fall colors to your outdoor photos, even when it doesn’t look like Autumn outside. In this Lightroom tutorial, I am going to show you a few simple & quick tricks to help you ed ..read more
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How to edit golden hour photos with COLOR
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by Heather Ford
1y ago
If you want to know how to edit golden hour photos with tons of color, then look no further. Golden hour photos are easily my FAVORITE type of photos. The light is just magical, it helps skin tones look amazing, and it’s just too hard to compete with! But. golden hour photos aren’t exactly easy to take. If you don’t get your settings right in camera, then it’s an easy way to mess up your vision and come up short with photos that look washed out with too much light. In this quick editing tutorial, I am going to show you just how easy it is to edit golden hour photos in Lightroom. From start to ..read more
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How to batch edit in Lightroom: a simple way to edit photos faster
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by Heather Ford
1y ago
There’s many reasons why you’d want to batch edit in Lightroom, but the most exciting being speed. I remember when I was first learning how to edit photos. It would literally take me HOURS to edit just a small gallery of images to deliver to my new photography clients. I’d spend so much time editing that I didn’t have time for much else to grow my business! Instead of spending that time editing, I could have been working on my branding, networking, marketing, and anything that brought in more business. Because when it really boils down to it, editing is a time-suck. Even if you don’t have a ph ..read more
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How to easily edit & change eye color in Lightroom
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
There might come a time when you want to change eye color in Lightroom. Whether it’s because the lighting was less than optimal or it’s because you want to be a little more creative with your editing. Changing eye color in Lightroom is super easy to do. In this tutorial, I will show you how easy it can be with the use of masks and brushes. You will learn how to make eyes pop and sparkle with definition, shine, and color that looks natural and realistic. Quick note: it’s also important to know how to light your subject properly to get the best results. You want to make sure the eyes are illumin ..read more
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The key to getting perfect greens when editing your photos in Lightroom
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
Spring is coming and with it along comes the spring green grass. While I absolutely invite this change of color after a solemn and depressing winter season, I can’t deny how cringe-worthy green grass can be in photos. Spring greens are just their own thing. They are so vibrant and colorful, but often lead to unnatural looking tones in your photos. But, there’s an easy way to offset this in your editing – and even easier when you use Lightroom! In this step-by-step Lightroom tutorial, I am going to walk you through the entire process of getting perfect greens. Scroll down for the written versio ..read more
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Lightroom tutorial: the BEST way to get luminous skin tones in portraits
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
The best way to get luminous skin tones in portraits is really simple. You just need to know a few natural lighting tricks and how to polish it off in your editing workflow. First and foremost, your lighting AND you camera settings are the most important factor. Being mindful about your lighting (especially on the skin) is the first step to re-creating this look in Lightroom. It’s harder to fix a bad photo than polishing a photo with optimal settings to begin with. This is why I am such an advocate for getting the perfect shot in-camera. It’s a whole lot easier to edit great photos than it is ..read more
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The BEST Lightroom Presets for perfect skin tones
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
If you ask around the photography community or start to search yourself for the best Lightroom Presets, you are bound to become overwhelmed with options. There are literally thousands of Lightroom Presets and companies that sell presets to choose from. So that poses the questions: which presets are the best and are they really worth it? If you ask anyone in the photography community about Lightroom presets and if they are worth it, you will get a mixed bag of answers. Are Lightroom Presets worth it? Some might say that presets are worth it and they can help you save time editing and create a p ..read more
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How to easily edit beach photos in Lightroom
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
I remember the first time I went to edit beach photos in Lightroom. I honestly thought it was going to be easy. In fact, I thought TAKING beach photos would be easy. With the sand being a clean, reflective surface, I didn’t see how taking beach photos would be that complicated. But, my ego certainly got the best of me. Even being a semi-experienced photographer at the time, beach photos weren’t exactly a walk on the beach. I would even go to say that taking beach photos brought me back down to reality and made me realize that I still have much to learn about photography. So, what about taking ..read more
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How to edit photos better with the tone curve in Lightroom
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by Heather Ford
2y ago
If you want to start to edit your photos better, and more like a pro, then learning how to use the tone curve in Lightroom is a must! You might be able to get away by editing your photos with the basic sliders in Lightroom, but if you want to fully unleash your creativity, then you should take notice to the tone curve. In short, the tone curve in Lightroom will take your photos up a notch (or two). What is the tone curve in Lightroom? The tone curve, is a powerful tool that can be used to meticulously make changes to your photo at specific points. Basically, it allows you to adjust the brightn ..read more
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