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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Click here to view the online workshop details! Both of the examples below were edited exclusively in Lightroom and the techniques are covered in the Advanced Lightroom Workshop. Most of the photographers on the Weddings by Heather Membership Site report that their editing time has been cut in half! AND their photos are stunning!
Have you ever taken a series of photos only to realize that a different person had their eyes closed in every photo? Ugh. Or maybe someone is looking away in one photo, but everyone else looks great and you just wish you could replace that persons head? In this free Photoshop tutorial video, I show […]
A photographer asked me if I could show her how to remove a cold sore in Photoshop. This might seem tricky due to the size and placement (edge of the lip), but with a bit of Photoshop know-how, this fix did not take long. After I recorded the Photoshop screencast, I thought it might be […]
I’m often asked for recommendations for different types of photography gear and accessories. I’ve compiled this list of photography items for both the hobbyist and professional. If you are the photographer in your circle, send this to your friends and family for ideas! Enjoy! Click here to view my extensive list of recommended […]
Last week, I shared a few quick tips for improving Autumn photographs using Lightroom. In this free video tutorial, I share how to significantly improve a photo using the radial filter tool. This incredible tool was introduced in Lightroom 5, and it’s an incredibly efficient way to effect change in specific areas of your photographs. […]
When I say, “one minute,” I mean that it takes me that long to make these particular changes when I’m not explaining the techniques. I think it’s mostly a matter of knowing what to use and why. Understanding your toolkit is essential to an efficient workflow. When a photo appears on my screen, I know […]