As you are probably aware, Adobe updated both Photoshop and Lightroom with some new features. I made a quick little tutorial “Real World Spy Replacement” to show you the good and the bad about the new feature and how to get the most out of it.
I will be working on a tutorial for the new Color Grading panel in Lightroom shortly. I’ll let you know when I complete it.
And don’t forget there is still time to sign up for my webinar, “Light, Color and Composition: Tips to Improve Your Photography,” coming up on Saturday. Photography isn’t rocket science! If you pay attention to the basics of light, color and composition and learn how to use these elements to your advantage, your photography will improve. Learn how to use color relations to help you compose, just as your line, shape and form. Understand how the direction and quality of light effects your images. Pay attention to rules of composition to engage the viewers interest. Taking good pictures isn’t a matter of equipment, it is a matter of seeing and capturing what you want to convey. Stepping back and reinforcing how to get great captures will elevate your images to the next level.