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    It goes without saying that professional photographs look flawless. But how? What tricks are they using? Learn the tricks of the trade here... 
    Black and white photography is a unique way of seeing the world. It's also quite a popular genre of photography. Lightroom is not only a great tool for post-processing black and white files, but it allows for the creation of black and white files from any color photo. 
    Lightroom’s radial filter is an extremely quick and powerful tool. The radial filter tool is typically used in portrait photography in order to highlight the subject and imperceptibly attract viewer attention towards a customizable area of the photo.

    Wedding photography is an important source of income for many photographers. A good wedding season can sometimes secure a photographer’s income for the entire year. Here are some tips and tricks of the trade that you can use to enhance your wedding shoots.

    The Tone Curve Panel in Lightroom's Develop module is a provision for more precise tonal and contrast control of our photos. Like all Develop module panels, the Tone Curve Panel is found on the right hand side of the Lightroom window, just below the Basic panel. 
    In the first article on  quick culling I went through my process for culling large numbers of images. This is a very effective technique for weddings, holidays, sports shoots or any other photographic activity that ends in a large mass of material that is crying out for culling and assorting. But what if you do not have such a large number of images? What if after an afternoon walk you have 30-50 photos and still want to choose the keepers? 
    If we were to classify post-processing parameters by their impact on photos, white balance would come up as the first one in the list. Have you wondered what is mainly responsible for the distinctive cold cinematic look? You guessed it, white balance. 
    Cropping is one of those powerful post-processing essentials that can help your photography really take off. It can draw the viewer's attention to specific areas of a photo, it can help remove of unwanted elements of the photo, or even create unique end results from the same photo by using different cropping techniques! 
    Culling photos in Lightroom is a crucial process that helps us choose our best images for editing. Imagine coming back from a wedding shoot or a long holiday. The probability of having to go through hundreds, or even thousands, of images is extremely high. 
    There are a tremendous amount of photography communities online. It can be overwhelming, especially if your aim is to build a successful portfolio on a social platform. They all promise great feedback, recognition, and a sense of belonging. How do you know which to choose when so many options are available? 
    Children fill our lives with joy, spontaneity, and moments worth capturing. As photographer Kirstin Prentice said in a recent interview on theLuxe Blog, "One thing that amazes me about my own children and all children is that they find joy in the simplest of things, are always willing to try new things and rarely give up." 
    The graduated filter tool is the third local adjustment tool covered in this Lightroom series. Its purpose is to apply a range of effects on a controlled section of photos, done, as the name implies, in a gradual manner.