The Most Important Setting in Lightroom is Set To Off By Default
"Trevor, I have been editing this wedding for the last few days and now my Lightroom catalog says it is corrupted! When I opened a new catalog and reimported the photos from my hard disk I can't find any of my previous edits I worked so hard on. I am so frustrated! What did I do wrong?" Keep this from happening to you by having Lightroom automatically save your changes, but
7 Ways To Shoot Flattering Portrait Photography With A Single Flash | Expert photography blogs, tip, techniques, camera reviews - Adorama Learning Center
While the strobist movement encourages the use of multiple wireless networks of flashes to blast away and create stunning portraits, a single flash may be all you can afford. Not to worry: There's a lot you can do with ..
Fotografie-Tricks. Imaginative Strategien der Digitalfotografie müssen nicht verwirrend oder schwer zu meistern sein. Normalerweise vervielfachen nur ein paar einfache Anpassungen der Art der Aufnahme die Wirkung Ihrer Fotos.
How to Create Stunning Sunset Photos with Luminosity Masks
There is something magical about sunset that seems irresistible to snap a photo. No matter what genre of photography you do, you must have—or will at some point—take a photo of the sunset. Most of the sunset photos we see are either exposed for the sky, making the foreground underexposed, or exposed for the foreground, [...]
Taking pictures at night gives an image a completely different feel because it captures different stories of daily life—sometimes more dramatic than the ones captured during the day. There is also a whole new cast of characters at night that make taking pictures on the streets after dark an even more adventurous experience in street [...]
We all have to start somewhere with our photography and one of the big questions I get asked by students is where do we begin. There is just so much to learn and not enough subjects to shoot. That may or may not be true. My answer is street photography. Why? Let’s read on. Street [...]
This is a portrait of a person or thing, taken with bright back light, causing the subject to be rendered as a dark shape. You’ll need: A source of bright light (open window, bright sun behind a person outdoors, etc.). The sunset with water behind it is a great setting for this kind of shot. [...]