5 Hacks for Editing Wildlife Photos in Lightroom

Lightroom is quite a feature-packed photo editing and library management software. In fact, it’s so rich in features that many of us find it overwhelming. As a result, we end up using just the basic functionalities that get our job done. There is a large of scope of editing skills we can improve on by getting familiar with Lightroom. In this video, photographer Sabine Stols shares 5 important Lightroom tips and tricks to help you improve your wildlife and nature photo editing process:

When you work with Lightroom on a regular basis, you can save a lot of time if you know how to automate even a single step. But since Lightroom is quite resource-intensive, you may realize that it tends to slow down over time. Thankfully, by following some simple steps, you can ensure that it performs optimally. Stols also takes you through how you can speed up your workflow by getting instant visual feedback, and by using the targeting adjustment tools.

Lightroom is undoubtedly powerful. Why not make the most of it by learning the little things that create the biggest impact? This will improve your efficiency  twofold. What other useful Lightroom hacks do you know? Let us know in the comments.

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One response to “5 Hacks for Editing Wildlife Photos in Lightroom”

  1. Gary Hook says:

    The auto-mask tip to reduce the image size / increase the brush size is extremely clever. Thank you!

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