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How to Find Lightroom Presets and Manage Your Collection

Want to get the most out of your editing sessions? Many professional and amateur photographers alike rely on things like Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to help them enhance their portfolios. Tools like Lightroom come with a selection of excellent features to choose from, including presets – files that allow you to apply specific settings to […]

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8 Best Lightroom Presets for Babies

Are you a parent looking for the perfect selection of stunning photos to help you remember those important moments in your baby’s life? Incredible photographs can help invoke the strongest feelings of nostalgia when mothers and fathers want to look back on the precious time they spent with their children in days gone by. The […]

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How to Create Custom Presets in Luminar

Whether you’re a professional photographer launching your own business, or a hobbyist learning how to create amazing images in your free time, you’ll find that one of the most important parts of preparing your pictures for publication, is editing them. Today, there are countless pieces of editing software on the market that can help to […]

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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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How to Edit Newborn Photos for Your Clients

Want to know how to edit newborn baby pictures? We’ll show you right here today. Even for an expert photographer, newborn photography can be quite the challenge. Taking the perfect photo of a young baby with no idea when to stay still or pose for the camera presents a unique set of obstacles to overcome. […]

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