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Beginner’s Guide: Lightroom Review

Posted on 7 August, 2015  in Uncategorized

Ph2Adobe Lightroom is the best photo editing tool for most professional photographers since it helps them in several ways, such as in organizing, processing, sharing, printing and healing images. If you are a hobbyist or serious and professional photographer, Lightroom can help you save more time in editing hundreds of images.

The photo editing program promotes a healthy way of modifying images since users can rest while editing images. Unlike Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom doesn’t require manual editing unless it the image needs minor tweaking. The program contains default Free Lightroom presets or most commonly known as filtered images that contain specific color styles that can be applied to images.

There are a lot of photo editing programs and software available in the market; however, most of it requires more time and effort in editing since users need to edit images manually. Most photographers choose Lightroom because they know they can enjoy their profession while in the process of editing their images. In addition, in terms of pricing and efficiency, Lightroom has the most reasonable one-time package price. The program is basically intended for people who put more dedication in beautifying images. Knowing that Lightroom is a non-destructive tool, you don’t need to worry about destroying the original setting of your image, Lightroom will preserve it just for you.

Personal Review of Lightroom

I have been long using 3 programs of Adobe; Photoshop CS5, Photoshop Elements 10 and Lightroom. But among these 3, I appreciate more the features and services of Lightroom. I feel that every time I use it, I feel relaxed and motivated in creating wonderful images. I highly recommend that you use lightroom, I’m sure that your creativity skills will continue to improve and develop.  Moreover, you can share your ideas and styles with other people.

To get more free Lightroom presets, you can either check Pinterest or Behance. Both platforms contains several high-quality and useful presets for Lightroom.