Have you ever wondered how to build your own LUT for video editing? It's actually quite easy. If you're not familiar with color grading or correcting, a Lookup Table is a file that converts colors in an image based on a mathematical formula. Its especially useful if you have a large batch or a whole project to apply the same color grading to. Use LUTs with any of your favorite editing programs (Photoshop, Lightroom, Afinity Photo, Premier, Final Cut, DaVinci Resolve, etc… you get the picture).
Live Training Session 1306
So you've decided to migrate from Lightroom Classic to the new Lightroom CC. Are you sure? Watch this to understand what does — and doesn't — happen when you do.
Live Training Session 1305
Presets… we've been here before. Or, have we? It turns out that presets in Lightroom CC reveal a little secret hiding under the hood…
Live Training Session 1304
What metadata do you (and don't you) have access to in Lightroom CC? In this video, we find out!
Live Training Session 1303
Picking up where we left off on the last session, today we look at the rest of the adjustment tools in Lightroom CC — as before, it does not disappoint!
Live Training Session 1302
While Lightroom CC may not have all the editing features and power of Lightroom Classic, it's no slouch. In fact, it has the majority of adjustments that most people need! Let's get started…
Live Training Session 1301
You've decided to use the new Lightroom CC… but where the heck are your photos stored, and how much control do you have? This video answers those questions, and more.
Live Training Session 1300
Adobe Lightroom CC is new, controversial, and here to stay… so what is it anyway, and how does it compare to Classic and Mobile? Find out in this overview!
This special edition of PhotoJoseph’s Photo Moment features David Schloss, the Editor-in-Cheif of Digital Photo Pro and Digital Photo magazine and a contributing editor at Outdoor Photographer. We will discuss and debate the merits (or lack thereof) of Adobe’s latest Big News™, the split of Lightroom to “Classic” and “CC”.