3 Lightroom tools you must know as a photographer

What are the 3 Lightroom tools you must know as a photographer? In this video, I cover 3 must know tools in your Lightroom develop module. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, this tools will help you get the most out of your images. Technology nowadays is so good that with the information you capture in a RAW file you can do a lot. From enhancing the dynamic range to basically adjusting just about everything inside your image.

3 Lightroom tools you must know as a photographer

I use this 3 tools on a daily basis when editing my images. I find that local adjustments are very useful in every image making it unique to your style.

Remember it’s all about the subtle changes, all the small adjustments you do to your image will come together at the end making a stunning photograph.

I shot the image in the video with my Nikon D800 and my Nikon 14-24mm on my MeFOTO tripod.

If you are looking for an easier way to edit your images, you can check out my Ultimate Lightroom Preset Collection.

3 Lightroom tools you must know as a photographer

How to edit a Beachscape using Lightroom and make it pop

How to edit a Beachscape using Lightroom and make it pop

In this video I will show you how to clean up a beach scape using some basic but effective sliders. You will see that making a goal adjustments and a few local adjustments can dramatically change an image.

You can see my new The Art of Landscape Photography tutorial by clicking this link.

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How to Edit a Storm in Lightroom

How to Edit a Storm in Lightroom

In this video I will show you how to edit an incredible storm I photographed and its all done in Lightroom. This photo was a lot of fun to shoot, I had to wait for the right moment to make it happen. I explain everything in the video.

I cover everything from global adjustments to local adjustments and some other cool tricks.

Please leave me any questions you might have on the comments below here or the video and subscribe to my YouTube channel. Thanks for watching and happy shooting.

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