Today I'll be showing you some tips and tricks for Lightroom 5 that I've come to use often over the past few years of using the program. Even though I'm using Lightroom 5, these tips and tricks might still be helpful for you in past versions of the program as well as newer versions (the modules and buttons will likely be switched around a bit though). I am mostly a portrait photographer, but these tips and tricks can easily be adapted and used with any subject your lens captures. I prefer using RAW formatted files in Lightroom for the best quality.
No matter what you refer to it as: color toning, color grading, split-toning, etc, working with the colors in your photograph is very useful in order to create or enhance the atmosphere of your image. This can be done a few different convenient ways in Lightroom and the final results might really surprise you!
After initial adjustments to the exposure, con