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7 Best Lightroom Presets for Weddings

Wedding photos are a fantastic experience for any photographer. Unfortunately, it can also be challenging to get your wedding images just right. Even if you manage to take some of the most incredible shots you’ve ever captured, it could still help to tweak your images slightly with a contrast change, or a filter. Fortunately, there’s […]

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6 Best Free Luminar Presets for Your Photography

Luminar is a¬†fantastic piece of photo editing software designed by Skylum. If you’re looking for an alternative to Adobe Photoshop to help you design incredible pictures, then Luminar has everything you need. From a simple user interface to a range of fantastic filters and presets to play with. The question is, what are the best […]

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How to Make a Background White in Photoshop

Have you ever taken what you think is the perfect photo on a white background, only to discover that the white comes out more “gray” in post-production? While a pure white background might not seem important at first, it can be crucial for your wedding photography collections, website images, and commercial photos. After all, an […]

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How to Install Lightroom Presets in 3 Easy Steps

Did you know one of the easiest ways to edit your photography in a hurry is to use a Lightroom preset? Presets are collections of filters on Adobe Lightroom that instantly transform your photos with different contrast, brightness, exposure and saturation levels. There’s a preset pack out there for virtually anything you could want, whether […]

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How to Add a Lightbox to WordPress

Are you wondering how to add a lightbox to WordPress? Then you’ve come to the right place. When you’re trying to show off your photography skills, or sell your images, a lightbox effect can help to take your business site to the next level. Not only does this WordPress trick make your portfolio look more […]

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