Adobe Lightroom’s Latest Update Changes Camera Profiles and Your Presets

Adobe is continuing to bring new updates to Lightroom and Camera RAW in an effort to address many of the concerns that users have been voicing about the software. In the latest update, announced earlier today, they have decided to completely revamp their Camera Profiles functionality and adding it to Lightroom CC.

The Telling Black and White Portraiture of David Drake

Photographer David Drake is not only the man behind the vycra presets for Lightroom, but he's also a fantastic film photographer. "My step-father was at ground zero in NYC on September 11th 2001, and was photographed by the Magnum photographer Larry Towell.

How Andreas Levers Does His Beautiful “At Night” Series of Photos

We've featured the work of Andreas Levers here on the website before a number of times, but recently many of you fell head over heels for his At Night series. We saw a lot of comments asking about how he did the series, and so we decided that we'd talk to Andreas and see just exactly how At Night was done.

Setting Your Own Camera Defaults In Lightroom Is Easy As Pie

As much time as we are all spending in front of Lightroom as photographers, I think it is safe to say that we are all looking for ways to help processing go faster without sacrificing quality. This is one reason why creating your own presets is so helpful, it allows you to quickly and easily get the look and feel you are going for with a series of images with just a few clicks and tweaks.


How To Use Photoshop’s Dehaze Tool… in CS6

Photoshop CS6 lacks the powerful Dehaze feature Adobe released in 2015 and the program no longer gets updates, but for those unwilling to switch to Adobe’s subscription model it’s the latest version available.