Lightroom


In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to achieve the retrofuturistic cyberpunk look in Lightroom. Although this is a Lightroom tutorial, you can replicate and follow along with Photoshop’s Camera Raw filter (Filter > Camera Raw Filter). This pink/cyan look has been a growing trend especially for nighttime cityscapes. You can also find the look used […]

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Achieve the Cyberpunk Look with Lightroom or Photoshop’s Camera Raw Filter











Hi, gang — I’m back from my trip to Lisbon and Morocco (photos and a Webcast to come soon), but for today I wanted to cover the recent update to Adobe Portfolio (the free online pro-look portfolio that comes with your Creative Cloud subscription plan) and how it now much more seamlessly, quickly, and easily […]

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Getting Your Images From Lightroom into Adobe Portfolio Just Got a Lot ...








The Snapshot and Virtual Copy functions inside Lightroom share some similarities and some significant differences. Each has a valuable place in a Lightroom workflow and it is important to understand the differences to use each of them effectively. Every adjustment you make to your photos inside of Lightroom is stored in the catalog file as […]

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Using Virtual Copies and Snapshots








Whether you’re a weekend adventurer or working the red carpet, Adobe Lightroom is a critical tool in every photographer’s kit. Designed with creatives like you in mind, Adobe Portfolio makes showcasing your work effortless. And it just got even better. Now, with the new Adobe Lightroom integration on Adobe Portfolio, you can easily import your Albums and publish your best shots on your customized website in just a few clicks.

Introducing Portfolio’s New Integration With Adobe Lightroom