Tutorials — March 2014

The Tone Curve panel (as shown in the photo below) is yet another incredibly intuitive tool within the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Develop module. As I alluded to when discussing the Contrast slider in a previous blog post about the Tone Sliders, I use the Tone Curve panel to add contrast to my images instead of using the Contrast slider in...
"The best camera is the camera you have with you." Our very own Jens Nielsen was on ABC4 Utah's Good Things Utah, talking all things photography and explaining why "getting to know your camera" is so important, especially in today's camera phone driven culture. Jens and the good folks at ABC4 Utah spoke about why knowing how to use a...
To make images "pop," photographers often increase saturation levels. Vivid colors make photographs stand out, but it’s important to know how far is too far when it comes to saturating photos. In Lightroom, a few sliders, known as the Presence sliders, allow us to add saturation and "pop," for lack of a better word, to our images. In my previous...