Category: Post Processing

Step-by-Step: HDR Merge in Lightroom

There are a number of different ways to merge of blend multiple exposures to create an HDR image. You could use software like Photomatix that has been created exclusively for HDR, you can use Photoshop’s HDR merge, you can do it manually by using layers and masks in Photoshop, and since the release of Lightroom 6/CC you can also do it right in Lightroom with no plugins or additional software needed.

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New Improvements to the Landscape Legend Lightroom Presets

Landscape Legend, our collection of Lightroom presets, was already the most comprehensive suite of presets specifically created for landscape and nature photographers, and it just got better! Since we released Landscape Legend a year ago we have been collecting feedback from users and looking at ways to improve the collection. Today we are happy to announce some updates that make Landscape Legend more user friendly.

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How to Customize the Effects of Lightroom’s Graduated Filter

The graduated filter tool is Lightroom is extremely useful for landscape and nature photography. You can use this tool in a similar way that you would use a graduated neutral density filter on a lens, to balance out the exposure of the image. It’s common to have a scene where the sky is much lighter/brighter than a dark foreground, and Lightroom’s graduated filter can really make a big difference by balancing out that exposure.

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