Here we have collected 10 wonderful and practical Adobe Photoshop Lightroom tutorials for the photographers, professionals and amateurs. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is an amazing tool that is very easy to learn. So, if you are new to Lightroom then do not worry. These tutorials will help you learn a wide variety of techniques that you can start using with your own photos right away.
Below, you will find complete list of 10 excellent and detailed tutorials on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Feel free to browse through this collection and do let us know your opinions by dropping us a comment below. Enjoy!
In this tutorial we’ll go through the process of creating a lomo-inspired effect in Lightroom. And if you want to save a little bit of time, you can also download a preset created in this tutorial and put it to use in your own work.
Use this workflow to add punch to seascapes.
At Adobe MAX 2014 last October, Adobe gave a tech preview of a new “dehaze” feature that it’s currently developing that can seemingly magically remove haze from photos. Bellow is a new sneak peek video Adobe just posted that shows what’s “coming soon to Lightroom CC.”
In this tutorial we’ll walk through the process of creating a nice, soft pastel effect in Adobe Lightroom. At the end of the tutorial you’ll also be able to download a free preset that will apply the settings shown in the tutorial, so you can use the preset on your own photos if you don’t want to work through the steps.
Light leaks, although sometimes unintentional, can add some character and intrigue to a photo. In many cases light leaks can be used to create a vintage feel. While light leaks are ideally captured in-camera, Lightroom also makes it possible to artificially add a light leak effect.
Mastering color in Lightroom occurs in two steps. The first is when you take the photo. Successful color photography requires an awareness of the colors in the scene and how they work together. If you read about the topic of color composition you will come across a lot of advice, including articles about the emotional values of color.
In this tutorial we’ll walk through the process of creating a simple film-inspired effect. This is not intended to replicate a specific type of film, but rather give a general look that resembles a typical film style.
In this tutorial I will be processing a photo into back and white and will show you how to create dramatic black and white look using Lightroom. Let’s get started!
In this article we’ll take a look at how the tool works, and we’ll also use it to make some improvements to a sample photo. In this sample we’ll use the graduated filter tool to lighten the lower portion of a photo, and we’ll also use it to enhance the sky.
In this tutorial we’ll walk through the process of creating this faux HDR look in Lightroom. For the tutorial I’ll be using our HDR Lightroom Presets, but if you don’t own the presets don’t worry, you’ll be able to follow along with the develop module settings that are used. Also, you can download a preset created in this tutorial for free.