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Working with Split Toning in Lightroom - PhotographyPla.net

Working with Split Toning in Lightroom - PhotographyPla.net

Snow and Blue Sky

Snow and Blue Sky

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Scott Kelby’s 7-Point System for Lightroom – KelbyOne

Scott Kelby’s 7-Point System for Lightroom – KelbyOne

Pin It One very common question I get from photographers is why they can never get their images as sharp as the ones they see online. This is a loaded question, and it really made me think about all the things I go through to get tack sharp focus on my images. Sure there are …

Pin It One very common question I get from photographers is why they can never get their images as sharp as the ones they see online. This is a loaded question, and it really made me think about all the things I go through to get tack sharp focus on my images. Sure there are …

ON1 Signature Collection 1

ON1 Signature Collection 1

Scott Kelby's 7-Point System for Lightroom https://members.kelbyone.com/course/skelby-7-point-system-lr/

Scott Kelby's 7-Point System for Lightroom https://members.kelbyone.com/course/skelby-7-point-system-lr/

Adobe Lightroom CC In Depth: Unlocking the Power of the Adjustment Brush | KelbyOne Course with Scott Kelby

Adobe Lightroom CC In Depth: Unlocking the Power of the Adjustment Brush | KelbyOne Course with Scott Kelby

If you own a digital SLR camera and are getting comfortable with daylight shooting, then the next natural progression is capturing the night. Find inspiration from several beautiful examples of night photos, plus 10 simple-to-follow tips you can use today to get a firm grasp on night photography.

If you own a digital SLR camera and are getting comfortable with daylight shooting, then the next natural progression is capturing the night. Find inspiration from several beautiful examples of night photos, plus 10 simple-to-follow tips you can use today to get a firm grasp on night photography.

Select either the Brush or the Graduated Filter and reduce Sharpness to -50 or -100 and apply

Select either the Brush or the Graduated Filter and reduce Sharpness to -50 or -100 and apply