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This month’s new theme is #Lr_Light ! So tag your dazzling photos for a chance to be featured on our page.

Photo by @gartentashi for #Lr_Light || One day, I was on the search for a poppy field. There were not many poppies around my previous home. Over the years, I only found a few lonely poppies here and there. ⁠
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This year, we were moving to a new place. After one visit to our new home, I immediately saw poppies resting at the edge of a field of grains. The light was enchanting. I thought to myself, “This must be a good omen.” 😉⁠

Photo by @gartentashi for #Lr_Light || One day, I was on the search for a poppy field. There were not many poppies around my previous home. Over the years, I only found a few lonely poppies here and there. ⁠ •⁠ This year, we were moving to a new place. After one visit to our new home, I immediately saw poppies resting at the edge of a field of grains. The light was enchanting. I thought to myself, “This must be a good omen.” 😉⁠ - 23 hours ago

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Photo by @airpixels for #Lr_Light || My first day in China, I arrived late to Guilin and made the decision to skip sleep and go down to the Li River for sunrise.⁠
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As I travel further up the river, a fisherman starts paddling downward to meet me.⁠
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The fog is moving in and out over the river, revealing the beautiful, karst mountains in the background before it suddenly disappears again. The sun pops over the mountain, and for a second, everything looks like a fairytale.⁠

Photo by @airpixels for #Lr_Light || My first day in China, I arrived late to Guilin and made the decision to skip sleep and go down to the Li River for sunrise.⁠ •⁠ As I travel further up the river, a fisherman starts paddling downward to meet me.⁠ •⁠ The fog is moving in and out over the river, revealing the beautiful, karst mountains in the background before it suddenly disappears again. The sun pops over the mountain, and for a second, everything looks like a fairytale.⁠ - 2 days ago

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Photo by @shreyasyadav0 || It was a cold winter’s evening, and daylight was fading fast. The darkness of night was spreading across the forest. We were on our journey back, when a mysterious, cat-shaped silhouette popped up on the side of the road, peering between two trees. As we slowed to a stop, the shape appeared from the shadows. We were stunned to see a leopard!⁠
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For the past decade, I took multiple trips to this forest in search of leopards and black panthers but was never successful. I was so happy to finally capture this shot; my dedication finally paid off.⁠
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This is my favorite photo because the leopard’s eyes are gorgeous and green, just like the surrounding forest.⁠

Photo by @shreyasyadav0 || It was a cold winter’s evening, and daylight was fading fast. The darkness of night was spreading across the forest. We were on our journey back, when a mysterious, cat-shaped silhouette popped up on the side of the road, peering between two trees. As we slowed to a stop, the shape appeared from the shadows. We were stunned to see a leopard!⁠ •⁠ For the past decade, I took multiple trips to this forest in search of leopards and black panthers but was never successful. I was so happy to finally capture this shot; my dedication finally paid off.⁠ •⁠ This is my favorite photo because the leopard’s eyes are gorgeous and green, just like the surrounding forest.⁠ - 5 days ago

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Photo by @maxbluey for #Lr_Light || This was taken near Fürth, a small city in Bavaria. I was searching for poppies because at this time of the year poppies bloom in their full magnificence.⁠
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While I was roaming around, it started to rain, but the sun was still shining. I thought this would be the perfect shot: wet poppies kissed with the beautiful light of a warm sunset. After a few shots, I decided to change my point of view. I know that people hardly ever change their point of view, which often leads to missing the good things around them! I try to fight against that notion, so, I looked to the right and saw this amazing rainbow.⁠
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I was torn between capturing the poppies and the rainbow, trying to shoot both sides. I couldn’t really decide which perspective I wanted. But these moments of struggle are why I love photography. Sometimes the most beautiful shots come out of the most unexpected conditions.⁠

Photo by @maxbluey for #Lr_Light || This was taken near Fürth, a small city in Bavaria. I was searching for poppies because at this time of the year poppies bloom in their full magnificence.⁠ •⁠ While I was roaming around, it started to rain, but the sun was still shining. I thought this would be the perfect shot: wet poppies kissed with the beautiful light of a warm sunset. After a few shots, I decided to change my point of view. I know that people hardly ever change their point of view, which often leads to missing the good things around them! I try to fight against that notion, so, I looked to the right and saw this amazing rainbow.⁠ •⁠ I was torn between capturing the poppies and the rainbow, trying to shoot both sides. I couldn’t really decide which perspective I wanted. But these moments of struggle are why I love photography. Sometimes the most beautiful shots come out of the most unexpected conditions.⁠ - 7 days ago

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Photo by @broniveller for #Lr_Light || My friend and I had planned to wake up early and visit the Tegallalang Rice Terrace in the morning. We wanted to get there at first light to avoid tourists and soak in the landscape.⁠
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It proved to be a real challenge to wake up at 4 a.m. and ride a motorcycle for two hours. But, it all paid off when we arrived at the destination. Tegallalang’s rice fields are so beautiful in the morning. I love the fresh morning air combined with the green scenery and the beautiful sun rays. It was truly unforgettable.⁠

Photo by @broniveller for #Lr_Light || My friend and I had planned to wake up early and visit the Tegallalang Rice Terrace in the morning. We wanted to get there at first light to avoid tourists and soak in the landscape.⁠ •⁠ It proved to be a real challenge to wake up at 4 a.m. and ride a motorcycle for two hours. But, it all paid off when we arrived at the destination. Tegallalang’s rice fields are so beautiful in the morning. I love the fresh morning air combined with the green scenery and the beautiful sun rays. It was truly unforgettable.⁠ - 8 days ago

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Photo by @navajomylo for #Lr_Light || In April of 2010, a few days before my birthday, I had a dream so vivid that I remember waking up in a panic at 2:18 a.m. In my dream, the sunrise was strong. The light was clear – no smog or dust in the air. Most of all, I recall how intensely quiet it was: so quiet I could only hear the sound of my own breath and heartbeat.
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I viewed this dream as a vision or invitation to visit the place. The day before my birthday, I packed my gear, drove and camped out. That night, it rained and snowed. I felt like an idiot chasing a crazy dream. The next morning, the roads were so wet that all valley tours were canceled in the park.⁠
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But later that morning, it was just as I had dreamed. That exposure won me quite a few awards and also helped me financially. Now, I use the proceeds from my photography to bring light to homes across the American Southwest.⁠
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Announcing this month’s new theme: #Lr_Light. Make sure to share your bright photos with us and tag #Lr_Light for a chance to be featured on the Lightroom Instagram page!⁠

Photo by @navajomylo for #Lr_Light || In April of 2010, a few days before my birthday, I had a dream so vivid that I remember waking up in a panic at 2:18 a.m. In my dream, the sunrise was strong. The light was clear – no smog or dust in the air. Most of all, I recall how intensely quiet it was: so quiet I could only hear the sound of my own breath and heartbeat. •⁠ I viewed this dream as a vision or invitation to visit the place. The day before my birthday, I packed my gear, drove and camped out. That night, it rained and snowed. I felt like an idiot chasing a crazy dream. The next morning, the roads were so wet that all valley tours were canceled in the park.⁠ •⁠ But later that morning, it was just as I had dreamed. That exposure won me quite a few awards and also helped me financially. Now, I use the proceeds from my photography to bring light to homes across the American Southwest.⁠ •⁠ Announcing this month’s new theme: #Lr_Light . Make sure to share your bright photos with us and tag #Lr_Light for a chance to be featured on the Lightroom Instagram page!⁠ - 9 days ago

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Photo by @navajomylo || Before we had BB guns, we ran around with cedar branches from our treehouses. We never played Cowboys and Indians because we knew John Wayne couldn’t kill 10 Indians with one shot. Our metal Transformer toys lasted through all the Rez dirt, and we all wanted to be Ultimate Warrior when we wrestled.⁠
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During those early years, my father took me everywhere. We never camped, but we took a ton of day trips all over Northern Arizona and into Southern Utah. He’s seen and supported my growth behind the camera, but one important thing he’s taught me is simply to put everything down and view the land.⁠
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This is my favorite kind of "time out." Nowadays, when we are both home, we often head out, and he still shows me these awesome places. He wants me to photograph them, but I’ll often leave the lenses, filters and tripods behind. I believe these trips are about spending time with him and, in a way, putting everything aside.⁠
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I can’t thank my mother and father enough for allowing me to spend so much time in nature. When I took this exposure, the only living thing I saw was an old coyote. I called him in from afar while playing my Native American flute. Out here, sounds can travel across the plains.⁠

Photo by @navajomylo || Before we had BB guns, we ran around with cedar branches from our treehouses. We never played Cowboys and Indians because we knew John Wayne couldn’t kill 10 Indians with one shot. Our metal Transformer toys lasted through all the Rez dirt, and we all wanted to be Ultimate Warrior when we wrestled.⁠ •⁠ During those early years, my father took me everywhere. We never camped, but we took a ton of day trips all over Northern Arizona and into Southern Utah. He’s seen and supported my growth behind the camera, but one important thing he’s taught me is simply to put everything down and view the land.⁠ •⁠ This is my favorite kind of "time out." Nowadays, when we are both home, we often head out, and he still shows me these awesome places. He wants me to photograph them, but I’ll often leave the lenses, filters and tripods behind. I believe these trips are about spending time with him and, in a way, putting everything aside.⁠ •⁠ I can’t thank my mother and father enough for allowing me to spend so much time in nature. When I took this exposure, the only living thing I saw was an old coyote. I called him in from afar while playing my Native American flute. Out here, sounds can travel across the plains.⁠ - 12 days ago

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Eclipse photo by @itsreuben || 2 years of planning, 1,500km traveled, 2.5 minutes of total solar eclipse, Northern Chile, July 2, 2019.

Eclipse photo by @itsreuben || 2 years of planning, 1,500km traveled, 2.5 minutes of total solar eclipse, Northern Chile, July 2, 2019. - 14 days ago

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Photo by @navajomylo || 40 years ago, my father scouted this location for a film crew. We still have a photograph of him standing on the left ridge. The production crew never actually made it here due to the treacherous road conditions; they filmed his scenes in a different canyon.⁠
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In my elementary school years, my father took me here too, and I was amazed at the view. It’s one of those places you just don’t forget. Well over a decade ago, this image became one of my early exposures from my 4x5 large format view camera. If you pinch and zoom, you’ll see loads of dust spots, vertical scratches on the emulsion and a soft foreground (amongst other imperfections).⁠
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One thing my father taught me was that, as we see in nature, beauty can still exist with imperfections. Mother nature has changed over time, but regardless of her disasters – natural or inflicted by mankind – she is always beautiful and powerful! My father taught me so much about nature in this spot. I am grateful for my footprints that remind me of where I’ve been and teach me to have a strong, next step as we continue to Walk in Beauty…the Navajo way.

Photo by @navajomylo || 40 years ago, my father scouted this location for a film crew. We still have a photograph of him standing on the left ridge. The production crew never actually made it here due to the treacherous road conditions; they filmed his scenes in a different canyon.⁠ •⁠ In my elementary school years, my father took me here too, and I was amazed at the view. It’s one of those places you just don’t forget. Well over a decade ago, this image became one of my early exposures from my 4x5 large format view camera. If you pinch and zoom, you’ll see loads of dust spots, vertical scratches on the emulsion and a soft foreground (amongst other imperfections).⁠ •⁠ One thing my father taught me was that, as we see in nature, beauty can still exist with imperfections. Mother nature has changed over time, but regardless of her disasters – natural or inflicted by mankind – she is always beautiful and powerful! My father taught me so much about nature in this spot. I am grateful for my footprints that remind me of where I’ve been and teach me to have a strong, next step as we continue to Walk in Beauty…the Navajo way. - 14 days ago

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Photo by @navajomylo || Providing light to homes gives me unbelievable joy. Sometimes, it brings me to tears because of just how quickly lives can be impacted.⁠⠀
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My favorite solar installations are usually the ones completed at the end of the day. By then, you just want to lay down--you’re tired, hungry and cold. Then, the stars appear, someone hits a button and everything changes.⁠⠀
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I’ll never forget the first time we turned on the lights in our home. When my mother walked in, we told her to hit the light switch, and she did. I don’t recall exactly what we said, but I’ll never forget her face-especially her eyes looking at the light. Later that evening, she prayed and gave many, many thanks. Though this first exposure shows temporary lights with a long shutter speed, more homes will have permanent lights powered by the sun. My assumption is: everything will change for those families too.⁠⠀

Photo by @navajomylo || Providing light to homes gives me unbelievable joy. Sometimes, it brings me to tears because of just how quickly lives can be impacted.⁠⠀ •⁠⠀ My favorite solar installations are usually the ones completed at the end of the day. By then, you just want to lay down--you’re tired, hungry and cold. Then, the stars appear, someone hits a button and everything changes.⁠⠀ • ⁠⠀ I’ll never forget the first time we turned on the lights in our home. When my mother walked in, we told her to hit the light switch, and she did. I don’t recall exactly what we said, but I’ll never forget her face-especially her eyes looking at the light. Later that evening, she prayed and gave many, many thanks. Though this first exposure shows temporary lights with a long shutter speed, more homes will have permanent lights powered by the sun. My assumption is: everything will change for those families too.⁠⠀ - 15 days ago

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Photo by @navajomylo || Hi everybody, my name is Mylo Fowler (@navajomylo) and I’ll be taking over the Lightroom Instagram page this week. I'll show you a little bit of the light in my work, where I take proceeds from my exposures to light up more homes all over the Southwest. As a photographer, one of my favorite times of day is just before the sun goes down and everything gets dark. I love it, not because I get to photograph the stars, but because I know people all around the Navajo Reservation get to push a button in their homes and have light for the very first time.⁠
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Early this morning around 2 a.m., I was reading while lying in bed when a small voice in my head, almost like a whisper in the wind, reminded me to “just look at nature.” This is now a mantra I live by. The beauty around us has weathered many storms. Many years of rough, torrential water carved out this Navajo sandstone landscape to appear as it is today. ⁠
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I feel this way about each of us. Life isn’t always easy, and, at times, it is meant to be endured. When the many storms are weathered, we all will have something beautiful like this hillside.⁠

Photo by @navajomylo || Hi everybody, my name is Mylo Fowler (@navajomylo ) and I’ll be taking over the Lightroom Instagram page this week. I'll show you a little bit of the light in my work, where I take proceeds from my exposures to light up more homes all over the Southwest. As a photographer, one of my favorite times of day is just before the sun goes down and everything gets dark. I love it, not because I get to photograph the stars, but because I know people all around the Navajo Reservation get to push a button in their homes and have light for the very first time.⁠ •⁠ Early this morning around 2 a.m., I was reading while lying in bed when a small voice in my head, almost like a whisper in the wind, reminded me to “just look at nature.” This is now a mantra I live by. The beauty around us has weathered many storms. Many years of rough, torrential water carved out this Navajo sandstone landscape to appear as it is today. ⁠ •⁠ I feel this way about each of us. Life isn’t always easy, and, at times, it is meant to be endured. When the many storms are weathered, we all will have something beautiful like this hillside.⁠ - 16 days ago

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Hey everyone, @benjamin_warde here! Welcome back to #LightroomLessons. Guess what! You don’t even need me anymore. Did you know that you can actually access interactive tutorials directly inside the Lightroom mobile app? Read on, and swipe through, to find out how.⁠⁠⠀
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Step 1:⁠
In the upper left corner of the Lightroom app, tap the Home icon (if you don’t see it, tap the back arrow in the upper left corner until you see the Home icon).⁠
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Step 2:⁠
The Home screen includes a “Recently Added” section at the top, which contains photos that you’ve recently added to Lightroom. Below that is a “Learn” section which contains interactive tutorials. A handful of tutorials are shown right here on the home screen, but if you want to see more you can tap on “See All."⁠
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On the “See All” screen, you can find tutorials organized by photographic topic, and also by “Beginner” and “Advanced”. Go ahead and tap on any tutorial that you’re interested in.⁠
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Tap on “Start Tutorial."⁠
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The photo for the tutorial will download, and then the tutorial will begin. Tutorials are divided into chapters. At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see what step you’re on, and also an “X” button which will allow you to cancel out of the tutorial at any time.⁠
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The tutorials are entirely self-explanatory – just do what it says at each step! These tutorials are great because unlike tutorials on the web (and unlike this tutorial that you’re reading right now) these tutorials are in the application itself - you’re not just reading about what to do, or watching a video about what to do - you’re actually doing it, at your own pace, step by step, right in Lightroom!⁠
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Step 7:⁠
The tutorials contain detailed information about the tools. This way you’re not just following rote instructions, you’re learning how things work so that you can apply what you learn to your own photos.⁠
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When a step requires more than a tap, you’ll see an animation clearly showing what you need to do, just tap and drag in whatever way the blue ring indicates.⁠
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Step 9:⁠
When you’ve completed a tutorial, you can rate it. We add new tutorials every day, so check back often!

Hey everyone, @benjamin_warde here! Welcome back to #LightroomLessons . Guess what! You don’t even need me anymore. Did you know that you can actually access interactive tutorials directly inside the Lightroom mobile app? Read on, and swipe through, to find out how.⁠⁠⠀ •⁠ Step 1:⁠ In the upper left corner of the Lightroom app, tap the Home icon (if you don’t see it, tap the back arrow in the upper left corner until you see the Home icon).⁠ •⁠ Step 2:⁠ The Home screen includes a “Recently Added” section at the top, which contains photos that you’ve recently added to Lightroom. Below that is a “Learn” section which contains interactive tutorials. A handful of tutorials are shown right here on the home screen, but if you want to see more you can tap on “See All."⁠ •⁠ Step 3:⁠ On the “See All” screen, you can find tutorials organized by photographic topic, and also by “Beginner” and “Advanced”. Go ahead and tap on any tutorial that you’re interested in.⁠ •⁠ Step 4:⁠ Tap on “Start Tutorial."⁠ •⁠ Step 5:⁠ The photo for the tutorial will download, and then the tutorial will begin. Tutorials are divided into chapters. At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see what step you’re on, and also an “X” button which will allow you to cancel out of the tutorial at any time.⁠ •⁠ Step 6:⁠ The tutorials are entirely self-explanatory – just do what it says at each step! These tutorials are great because unlike tutorials on the web (and unlike this tutorial that you’re reading right now) these tutorials are in the application itself - you’re not just reading about what to do, or watching a video about what to do - you’re actually doing it, at your own pace, step by step, right in Lightroom!⁠ •⁠ Step 7:⁠ The tutorials contain detailed information about the tools. This way you’re not just following rote instructions, you’re learning how things work so that you can apply what you learn to your own photos.⁠ •⁠ Step 8:⁠ When a step requires more than a tap, you’ll see an animation clearly showing what you need to do, just tap and drag in whatever way the blue ring indicates.⁠ •⁠ Step 9:⁠ When you’ve completed a tutorial, you can rate it. We add new tutorials every day, so check back often! - 19 days ago

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