Adobe’s Lightroom Classic is an incredibly powerful tool incorporating perhaps 80-90% of all the tools that we photographers generally need. There are however times, when we need to do some post-production work in Photoshop, perhaps working in layers, maybe for the content-aware tool, whatever the reason, we need to be able to move cleanly from … Read moreHow to Properly Transfer Images from Lightroom to Photoshop and back!
Lightroom is one of my preferred tools to stitch panoramic images. In the past one would have to either use Adobe Photoshop or third-party software such as PTGui to stitch panoramas, with the latest versions of Lightroom, one can easily stitch a single row or multi-row panoramas directly from Lightroom. In this article, I will … Read moreCreate Panoramas in Lightroom
The Loupedeck is a recently launched photo editing console designed to speed up your workflow when adjusting images in Adobe Lightroom. Looking something like a DJ’s mixing desk, Loupedeck was developed by a team of ex-Nokia product developers and launched as a crowd-funded project last year. Loupedeck is built exclusively to control Lightroom. The dials, … Read moreLoupedeck Review
Last week’s blog I posted an animated GIF file showing the slipped runner at the Kambala. Since many have asked how it was done, here is the tutorial. You can check the final GIF above. For this to work effectively you need series of photos which are relatively stable. Handheld burst shots I used worked … Read moreCreate animated GIFs using Photoshop
Two weeks back I was asked by Sleeklens to review their Through The Woods set of Lightroom Develop presets and brushes. I usually don’t use presets made by others in my workflow and most of my presets are my own workflow which in turn is saved as presets. Last year I had tried few presets … Read moreSleeklens “Through The Woods” Lightroom Presets Review
These clump of eggs belong to Lasiocampidae family of moth, most probably Metanastria species. The moths are commonly called Lappet moths. It was laid on the blackberry shrub in my garden. I photographed these in the month of February this year using Canon EOS 5D Mark III + Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM … Read moreEggs and Lightroom Bugs