Awesome skin retouching in Lightroom CC and classic

In todays video a very quick way to do some awesome skin retouch right in lightroom CC and classic.

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Heal vs clone in Lightroom

In todays episode a quick tip about the differences between the healing and clone tool in Lightroom and some cool tricks with them.

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Some photography tips

Today a guest blog post about the best photography tips for beginners.

Key Photography Tips for Beginners

  1.     You Don’t Need Expensive Equipment- You don’t need a fancy equipment to take great photographs. Your technique is important. Smartphones of today usually have high-resolution sensors that produce surprisingly sharp images.
  2.     Keep Your Shot Steady – Stability to capture the perfect shot. Use a tripod whenever possible; a must-have when taking time lapse or long-exposure photographs
  3.     Learn Composition -Divide the frame of your shot to place your subject within an interesting backdrop to increase visual appeal. Place points of interest in intersections.
  4.     Don’t Be Stationary- Keep moving as you’re taking pictures. Try different angles by crouching down, standing on a chair, or circling your subject. If you get stuck in one spot, you’ll find yourself taking the same picture repeatedly.
  5.     Lighting – Light is an integral part of any photograph. Be sure to experiment with various lighting sources to experience the various options, for example natural vs. artificial light, direct sunlight vs. overcast daylight, flash vs. no flash, etc. Different types of lighting affect shadows and exposures in your pictures.
  6.     Be Precise – Focus on an aspect of your subject to get crisp and clean images. For example, instead of a broad focus on a subject’s face, focus your shot on the eyes or another specific facial feature.
  7.     Practice – As with any art form, practice is the best way to improve your skills.
  8.     Shoot First, Crop later – When you’re capturing a close-up image, make sure to take some wider-angle frames as well rather than just zooming in. You can always crop or resize the image later without sacrificing its quality.

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