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HOW TO CREATE LIGHT-FILLED PHOTOS IN LIGHTROOM + A FREE PRESET

light-filled photo editing tutorial for Lightroom

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DO YOU EVER WONDER HOW PHOTOGRAPHERS create light-filled photos???

You know what I am talking about.

Photos with minimal shadows. Photos that are bursting with color. Photos that are flooded with light.

Light-filled photos doesn’t mean overexposed photos. It simply means there are more highlights and brighter ares that give off a light-filled look.

If you have been wondering how to get this look to your photos, then you are in luck! With a few tweaks in Lightroom, you can achieve this very look in just a few clicks.

Before we go any further, it’s worth mentioning that this is a lighting skill.

You will first and foremost need to know how to use light (either natural light or artificial light) to produce these types of photos.

If you have too many shadows in your photo, it’s going to be harder to add more light.

If you have harsh lighting, it’s not going to look bright & airy. Instead, you’re going to have a lot more contrast that will be hard to get rid of.

But, you can still get pretty good results with a few tweaks in Lightroom!

IN THIS QUICK VIDEO, WE WILL UNCOVER THE SIMPLE STEPS YOU NEED TO TAKE TO GET THAT BRIGHT & LIGHT-FILLED LOOK TO YOUR PHOTOS THAT YOU LOVE!

DON’T FORGET TO SCROLL DOWN AFTER YOU WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR YOUR FREE LIGHTROOM PRESET!

GRAB YOUR FREE LIGHTROOM PRESET HERE THAT WAS USED IN THIS VIDEO!*

*preset compatible with Lightroom CC & Classic only
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SO, WHAT DID YOU THINK? DID YOU LEARN SOMETHING NEW???

Let me know by commenting below & share with us your favorite takeaway from this tutorial. We can’t wait to see what you have to say!

I create Lightroom tutorials based on your words of encouragement, so your feedback is more important than you know!

want more LIGHT-FILLED photos?

Now you can edit like this in Lightroom with less time and more consistency when you purchase the entire preset collection, Call Her Crazy.

Call her crazy was designed to create vivid colors, radiant skin tones, and cheerful images.

With an array of colorful Lightroom presets along with complimentary workflow brushes, you can quickly breathe life into your photos once and for all!

What you get with these presets:

  • 16 presets the create radiant skin tones + light
  • 7 skin-enhancing brushes
  • 1-click edits
  • a faster workflow
  • consistent editing style
  • exclusive Lightroom training video

underexposed edited light-filled photos

Photo edited with ‘Frisky’ from the Call Her Crazy collection.

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Take a closer look & see what these presets & brushes can do for you here.

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Hey, i'm heather!

I help aspiring photographers learn the ropes of portrait photography & hone their editing skills so that they can become confident, creative artists. Learn how to edit in Lightroom with these FREE resources or come join my Photography community on Facebook.

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  1. Elisha Mcmaster says:

    Thank you Heather! I honestly have been avoiding light room and presets because I thought it was super complex. You have made it way less scary.

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