Lightroom tips are like puppies and chocolate chip cookies: you can never have enough of them. This helpful video will show you five Lightroom tips and tricks you might not have seen before.
Coming to you from Chelsea Nicole Photography, this great tutorial will introduce you to some lesser-known but great features in Lightroom. Of them, I have to say that my personal favorite is using the color picker tool in the HSL (hue, saturation, and luminance) slider panel. The grass in this part of the country can often be a bit more yellow than green, and I often like to shift it back toward something a bit more pleasing to the eye. Because the grass is usually some combo of green, yellow, and even a smidgen of orange, it can be tedious adjusting the individual HSL sliders to subtract and add the component colors to get what I want. When you use the color picker tool, Lightroom automatically breaks down the sampled area into its component colors and adjusts them proportionally, which ends up saving a lot of time and back and forth between the sliders. Check out the above video for more helpful tips and hidden features!