Both Lightroom Classic CC and Luminar 2018 now offer processing using AI, or artificial intelligence. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of their initial automatic one-click processing options.
Luminar 2018 is designed as a standalone app, but you can also use it alongside Lightroom. Here’s how to install and use Luminar as a plugin in Lightroom Classic CC.
The Auto tone function has been given a major overhaul in the latest update to Lightroom Classic CC (7.1) to use Adobe’s artificial intelligence network, Sensei, in an effort to improve the effectiveness of Auto tone. Here’s how it works in practice.
Lightroom’s white balance tools help reduce color casts. They can be used to neutralized any casts or break the rules and create an entirely new look.
Trying to figure out how to convert RAW files to JPG in Lightroom? Here’s how to do it.
A running list of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for Lightroom users.
Aurora HDR 2018 can be used as a standalone app, but it can also be used as a plugin for Lightroom. Here’s a quick guide on how to install and use Aurora HDR 2018 as a Lightroom plugin.
One of the new features in Lightroom Classic is that you can use the embedded previews more effectively to speed up importing and culling.
Instagram’s emphasis on mobile isn’t always a good fit for photographers who aren’t always shooting with their phone’s camera. For example, while it’s possible to
If you can’t see the stack icons on the thumbnails in the grid view, here’s how to make sure that the option to display them is turned on.
Here’s how to change the image that’s used as the cover image for an image stack.
Lightroom has a quick way to separate out the virtual copies from the master versions. Here’s how to do it in the Library module.
There are several different ways to post to Instagram from a desktop or laptop. Here’s an option for posting to Instagram from Lightroom directly.
JPEGmini Pro offers a way to make filesizes impressively smaller when you export JPGs from Lightroom or use with a publish service.
If you’re looking to export multiple images organized into folders while preserving the folder structure, there’s a plugin that can add that capability to Lightroom.
Lightroom has a very useful feature that shows you precisely the parts of an image where highlights or shadows are getting clipped as you adjust the settings.
Here’s a method for exporting square photos from Lightroom without having to create virtual copies or use the crop tool.
Contact sheets are a throwback to film days, but they still have their uses. Here’s a guide on how to make a contact sheet in Lightroom.
Vignetting is a common issue with many lenses, especially at wide apertures. Lightroom has two methods to correcting or reducing it.
There are two methods to installing Lightroom develop presets. One is better suited to bundles of multiple presets, while the other is better for individual presets.
The ability to dim the lights in Lightroom is a handy little tool for distraction-free viewing, sorting, and editing of your photos.
The grid loupe overlay is pretty self-explanatory and simple to use, but you do have some control over its appearance.
Lightroom’s Guides loupe overlay is a simple yet flexible tool for aligning either a specific spot in the frame or aligning horizontal or vertical lines. It’s one of a few different overlay tools available in Lightroom.
There are a few different ways to add visual guides over photos in Lightroom. The Layout Image Loupe Overlay is a handy tool to find images that work with specific design requirements.
Lightroom’s basic zooming in on a photo is simple and intuitive, but there are ways to get even more control over how it works to better suit your preferences and workflow.
Lightroom has a built-in feature to automatically stack images by the time interval between their capture time. In the right workflow it can save a lot fo time and tedium.
Lightroom doesn’t have a built-in way (yet) to filter only the top images of a stack or any other stack position. But the Any Filter plugin adds that functionality.
GoPros have a distinctive fisheye look to its photos and videos by default. But it that’s not what you want for your photos, here’s how you can correct it in Lightroom.
Sometimes you just need to find the original file on your hard drive. Lightroom has a simple built-in function for that.
Flipping an image horizontally or vertically to create a mirror image isn’t hard, but the functions might not be where you first look.
Using Lightroom’s post-export options, if you’re using Mac it’s possible to optimize your images as part of the export process.
Lightroom offers a quick, easy, and powerful way to batch rename files, whether you’re trying to do half a dozen for a client or tens of thousands at once. Here’s a guide on how to do it.
If you have a memory card reader that supports it, it is possible to import photos and videos from multiple memory cards at once in Lightroom. Here’s how.
You can import very large images into Lightroom, but there are limits.
If you’re using Lightroom’s print module to export JPGs, there are limits on minimum and maximum dimensions. Here are some partial workarounds.