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.
Lightroom's Develop Module
Tips and tricks and how-to guides related to using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom's Develop module.
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.
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.
Flipping an image horizontally or vertically to create a mirror image isn’t hard, but the functions might not be where you first look.
A step-by-step guide to rotating photos in Lightroom, including 90-degree rotation, auto straighten, precise straighten, and rotating multiple photos.
Lightroom’s new dehaze filter is designed to cut through the glare caused by haze or mist, but it is also very useful for an off-label use: finding dust spots.
Lightroom’s new dehaze slider can be a very useful tool in recovering detail in hazy or misty scenes. It can also have some strongly negative effects.
The new version of Lightroom (known as both Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC) has a new HDR photo merge. Here’s how to works.
The latest version of Lightroom (known as both Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC) has a new panorama photo merge. Here’s how it works.
Chromatic aberration like purple fringe is something you don’t want in your photos. Here’s how to remove it in Lightroom.
Lightroom itself doesn’t have the ability to use tokens to automatically generate captions, but here’s a plugin that can do a lot of heavy lifting for you.
The image quality of a JPG degrades every time you save it. So you might be wondering how editing a JPG in Lightroom affects image quality.
Dust spots and scratches are unavoidable facts of life if you’re scanning film or prints. You can repair them right from within Lightroom.
A step-by-step guide on how to crop and straighten photos in Lightroom.
If you want more control or precision in your cropping than just eyeballing it, Lightroom has some built-in tools to help. Guides include Golden Thirds, Golden Spirals, or Aspect Ratios.
Having trouble finding the resize button in Lightroom? There isn’t one. Here’s a simple guide to what you do instead.
If you’re using Lightroom on different computers, you might want to change the size of the thumbnails in Lightroom’s user interface. Here’s how to do it.
Lightroom’s Clarity tool in the Develop module helps bring out the detail in photos and now works much better than in earlier versions of Lightroom.
The Recovery tool in earlier versions of Lightroom introduced unwanted side effects like color shifts. Lightroom 3.6 fixes many of those.