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Do you want to create black and white photos that have more impact? And do you want to do this by using only Lightroom to convert your photos to black and white? In this black and white Lightroom tutorial, you will learn to do just that. You will learn which sliders to adjust to create a black and white photo which leaves an impression on everybody who sees it. (more…)

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Posted on September 12, 2017 by Peter Dam in Black and White, Lightroom

For scenes like sunrises, it can be tricky to capture the full tonal range from the deepest shadows to the brightest highlights within one shot. That’s why many photographers take a series of bracketed shots to capture the full tonal range. Bracketed shots are essentially taking a normal exposed, an underexposed and an overexposed shot of the same scene and composition. Later in post-production, you can combine these bracketed photos into a single photo with a high-dynamic-range (HDR). There's a bracket function on most modern DSLR cameras that automates capturing 3, 5 or more bracketed

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Posted on February 22, 2017 by Peter Dam in Lightroom

Adding keywords to your photos in Lightroom is probably not the most fun part of your photo editing workflow. I guess you would rather spend time on your creative process with making your photos come alive or be out taking more photos. However, managing your Lightroom keywords is very useful, because many publishing plugins to Lightroom can recognize the attached keywords and use these in your online portfolio (like on Photoshelter), or on a photography portal like on 500px.com. Entering keywords in Lightroom will save you the time of entering the keywords online. Maintaining a good

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Posted on May 27, 2016 by Peter Dam in Articles, Lightroom

Do you want to find your best photos in Lightroom - the fast way? Or find your photos without a keyword? You might also be gathering photos for a calendar or yearbook, but struggles with keeping the overview. Then it is time to begin using smart collections. If you create your own smart collection you can easily find any photo that meets any criteria that you set up. Lightroom Smart Collections are basically the same as collection ‐ a way to organize you photos in groups. (more…)

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Posted on November 10, 2015 by Peter Dam in Articles, Lightroom

Learn how easy it is to create your own Lightroom presets. Save time on processing your photos in Lightroom, by combining the things you do over and over again into a single preset, that you can activate with the click of a button in Lightroom.

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Posted on November 04, 2015 by Peter Dam in Articles, Lightroom