To get the most out of Lightroom as a food photographer, it’s important to have a workflow that’s easy to follow and easy to stick with as well. It can save you a lot of time and help you stay on top of backups, both of which are key to a successful food photography business. I’ve adjusted my own workflow over the years and some of the things I do now, I wish I had known before. That’s why I’m sharing my method with you today.
Image optimization probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when you’re ready to share a fresh batch of photos. Those of us who just want to focus on making the very best images possible sometimes find things like website design and SEO to be a frustrating distraction, but they’re a vital part of today’s […]
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And we’re back with another Lightroom tutorial! Today we’re going to talk about your first line of defense against some common photography issues: the Lightroom Basic panel. If you missed last’s week tutorial about importing your images into Lightroom, check it out here. If you’re struggling to master basic photo editing, the options in the […]
Please note – some of these are affiliate links, which means I’ll make a small portion of the profit if you purchase something, at no extra cost to you! Thanks for supporting us! Lightroom is one of the most powerful tools in the food photographer’s toolbox. Unfortunately, Lightroom for beginners can feel very overwhelming […]
I truly believe that editing is as much a part of a photographer’s style as his styling and composition, and this is the reason why I never give out my raw files. What I didn’t know was that I was using about 40% of the Lightroom capabilities and that I was creating good work, instead of putting out great work.