10 Lightroom Tips Every Photographer Should Know


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In this video and article, I’ll share 10 helpful Lightroom tips that can improve your photo editing.

#1. Auto tone in Lightroom

The auto tone section Lightroom gives you is a really good start to your editing process in Lightroom. You don’t have to accept the results — just reset after but use it as a guide.

#2. Angle tool in the Lightroom

Inside the top tool, there is a little thing called the Angle Tool. Essentially it’s a line that you can draw along the horizon on any straight line and your image will be horizontally or vertically aligned.

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How to Overpower the Sun to Shoot Stunning Outdoor Portraits


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Taking portraits in bright sunlight has been a bit of a no-no for a long time, but the truth is that you can actually get stunning results if you use a fill flash. The results look awesome and give a high-end feel to any outdoor portrait, and the best thing is that it’s really not too difficult. You just need to understand how to use a fill flash.

Warning: The video above contains some portraits that may not be work-friendly.

Check out the image below showing why we use a filll flash in photography and the best way to

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The iPhone XS vs a Cinema Camera: Can You Tell the Difference?


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As a filmmaker, I come across many different types of cameras, lenses, and of course all the peripherals that come with movie making. For commercial shoots I am currently shooting on a Canon C200 cinema camera using the Canon RAW lite codec. The results are incredible.

A few weeks ago I picked up the new iPhone XS max and as a photographer and film maker the first thing I did was open up the camera app to see how it looked. To be honest, I was actually shocked. It looked awesome.

Over the next few days I took a few

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Dear Sony: Thank You For the Mirrorless Camera Revolution


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The mirrorless camera industry is about to blow up and we have Sony mirrorless to thank for this. This is how they achieved their massive success.

This is the story of how one company built an industry from the ground up leaving everyone else behind.

Sony’s mirrorless camera success is much like the success of Apple in the late 90s. Apple had been focusing on the professionals, creating hardware and software for the top professionals in the world. They built the best computers and the most powerful software, a strategy that worked, but only partially. In 1997, few people were

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