Editing Food Photography in Adobe Lightroom: Desktop and Mobile — SkillShare — Free download

Editing is a very important part of the photography creation. As they say, editing can make or break the photo.

Retouching food photography has its specifics and can be slightly different than retouching other types of images. In this class I am going to show you my entire process of photo editing and will give you some general editing tips.

What you will learn:

  • Editing Food Photography in Lightroom Desktop: you will follow along with me the process of retouching 3 different food images.
  • Editing Food Photography in Lightroom Mobile: you will see in details how I edit 1 mobile image
  • Creating and using presets in both Desktop and Mobile
  • Tips for easier editing

Who is this course for:

This course is for food bloggers, newbie food photographers Instagram influencers who want to make their food photos look tastier. Even more experienced photographers may find useful tips.

The desktop demonstrations in the course are in Lightroom Classic but if you use Lightroom CC the editing would be nearly the same. If you don’t have a CC subscription, you can also benefit as you can use the Lightroom Mobile app, including presets.

Check also the resources: I have attached a short presentation with some of the editing tips mentioned during the lessons and screenshots with three of the photos that we are editing during the course.


Editing_Food_Photography_in_Adobe_Lightroom.rar   (download)
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Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/Editing-Food-Photography-in-Adobe-Lightroom-Desktop-and-Mobile/135305697

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