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There will come a time when you need to be able to fix an underexposed photo. Whether you underexposed your photo intentionally, or it was a simple in-camera error, it’s important to know how to adjust exposure in post-processing. The easiest way you can do this is by shooting in RAW and using a program […]

RAW photos. A term that you’ve probably heard at least once being thrown around in the photography world. RAW. JPEG. TIFF. DNG. WTF?! You can find all of this information online from many reputable websites and sources. However, if you are brand spakin’ new to photography and all of that technical jargon confuses you to […]

If you want to edit photos like a pro, then there’s a few key factors to consider. For one, photography is highly subjective. Meaning, whatever I am about to share with you shouldn’t hold too much weight, as different photographers can interpret what’s “professional” and what’s not. Just because I have been a photographer for […]

Editing dark skin tones in Lightroom can seem tricky at first, especially if you use presets. Many Lightroom presets on the market aren’t universal in the way that they don’t always work on all varieties of skin tones. So, being able to know how to adjust presets or do your own hand edits is essential […]

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