The Spotlight is a regular feature where I share some of my favorite images on social media tagged with #RebeccaLily. I’m thrilled to feature these ten epic photos in the Spring 2019 Spotlight, and to honor the talented photographers who created them.
Om Malik is a San Francisco-based writer and photographer. He was the founder of GigaOm, a technology publication, and has contributed to numerous other publications such as The New Yorker. After two and a half decades as a journalist, he shifted professions and became a partner at True Ventures, an early stage venture capital firm.
The Spotlight is a regular feature where I share some of my favorite images on social media tagged with #RebeccaLily. Welcome to the Winter 2019 edition, where these ten very talented photographers inspire us to pause, observe, wonder, and create!
Nate Canada has become well known not only for his sweeping landscapes and evocative environmental portraits, but for his poetic eye for light and color. His work conveys quietude, respect and appreciation for what he sees. Nate often photographs people in the context of the natural world, immersing in the experience of being in nature.
It’s finally here! Many of you have been asking for this long-awaited feature. I’m excited to announce that you now have the capability to use all of your favorite products on your tablet or phone in Lightroom Mobile! No longer are multiple cumbersome apps necessary for photographers to achieve beautiful, professional edits on the go.
The Spotlight is a feature where I share some of my favorite images on social media tagged with #RebeccaLily. This is the Summer 2018 edition, obviously inspired by light, sand, sea and all things bright and beautiful!
I’ve never been more excited to announce a new product – Pro Set V is now available for Lightroom 6/CC and ACR 9/10, bringing a whole new array of artistic color palettes to desktop editing! Beyond an evolution in my product lineup, Pro V reflects my own creative journey.
It’s a rare talent to be able to combine modern fashion photography with an artistic touch and a spontaneous, effortless feel, and Whitney Hayes does exactly that. Her luminous images draw you into a fascinating world of beauty, energy and color.
Chances are good that you’ve encountered the beautiful and diverse work of Pei Ketron. Pei’s compassionate portrayal of people and places around the world lets her viewers experience being present in a culture that might not look like their own.
Sam Nute & Chelsea Ruggiero are both talented and accomplished photographers individually, but as a creative couple combining unique visions, they have the ability to tell an embracive and powerful story. Their recent two-week road trip through Iceland, spent exploring and photographing isolated landscapes in a Citroën Berlingo camper van, yielded a comprehensive body of work.
Chris Michel is an accomplished photojournalist. His collection includes photographs from extreme locations like the North & South Poles, Everest, Papua New Guinea, DR Congo and at the edge of space (aboard a U-2 Spy Plane). He’s also had the opportunity to photograph a variety of global leaders, including the 14th Dalai Lama.
The Spotlight is a regular blog feature where I share some of my favorite images shared on social media tagged with #RebeccaLily. This is the Spotlight’s second edition, just in time for autumn’s arrival, and I’m so excited to share this roundup of photographs from these ten talented people!
Welcome to the first Spotlight – a regular blog feature where I’ll be sharing some of my favorite images shared on social media tagged with #RebeccaLily. I’m so excited about showcasing the work of such talented photographers who are using my products in their workflow!
Over the last year, I’ve been sharing regular Artist Features on my blog and social media to highlight the work of some of the super talented photographers who use my products in their workflow. Now it’s time to showcase your work!
Christina Greve is a renowned lifestyle photographer and creative coach located in Denmark. She draws much of her inspiration from the Nordic countryside, travels, food and still life. After a decade working in psychology and coaching, Christina’s passion for photography evolved into a full-time photography and mentoring business.
Dawn Thomson is a creative wedding, lifestyle and editorial photographer based in the South Island of New Zealand. Dawn’s work has been featured in Together Journal, Hello May, White Magazine, Nouba and Rock n’ Roll Bride.
Leila Peterson is a London-based photographer drawn to quiet, in-between moments – ones that convey the feeling and story of the subject at the time it was taken. Leila looks for soft light, pastel colours, and minimal, simple scenes.
Victoria Wright is a portrait, travel and lifestyle photographer based in the Pacific Northwest. Her work effortlessly combines her keen sense for dramatic light and expansive vistas with a feeling of intimacy: she brings the viewer in close enough to experience the scene, while creating enough distance to understand it. Victoria wholeheartedly believes that the story is what matters most.
Dust and Dreams Photography is creative duo Elaine van der Merwe-Louwrens and Steph Louwrens of Mpumalanga, South Africa. Having left the corporate world to pursue their passion full-time, they now shoot fine art wedding, portrait, lifestyle and travel photography, raise cattle and berries, and keep horses on their farm in the African bush.
This weekend marks the 7-year anniversary of Rebecca Lily! A lot has changed since I first started offering Lightroom presets on my personal blog in 2009. Today, my products are being used by the most creative photographers around the world.
I’m thrilled to announce my newest product, Pro Set IV – the most carefully crafted, refined, and beautiful set I’ve ever created! Pro Set IV is an evolution in my work, not only in the techniques I’m using to make my products better, but in how I see light, color and aesthetic. These are the most beautiful color palettes I have been able to dream into life.
Cindy Loughridge is a lifestyle photographer based in San Francisco, CA, specializing in editorial, portrait, and wedding photography. Over the past 10 years, Cindy has documented her everyday, often shooting “nothing in particular” in order to find novel ways to turn the unremarkable into something more.
Joshua Allen Harris was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he went on to study graphic design and illustration. After moving to New York City in 2004, he had the opportunity to attend the School of Visual Arts to pursue a degree in Fine Art. In 2012 Joshua began exploring photography. This medium allowed him to integrate all of his creative interests.
Pete Halvorsen is a commercial and travel photographer based out of Los Angeles, California. He grew up in the vineyard country of Northern California but moved to the beaches of Southern California after receiving his Film degree. He spent the next few years in the entertainment industry, learning how to tell stories with images.
Finn Beales is an award-winning photographer based in the Black Mountains of Wales. He explores the interactions between dramatic natural vistas and the place humankind occupies in them. The unposed feel of the moments he creates foster a sense of time slowing down, of gentleness and appreciation for what is simple and respectful of the world around us.
Chris Ozer is a lifestyle photographer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY where he lives with his wife and two sons. Known for his refined cinematic style, his imagery invites you into warm and approachable moments within the context of a colorful, luminous world.
February seemed like a fitting month to feature the reflective work of photographer Evan Schwanke. Evan’s light and shadow filled images carry themes of home, family and a simple life connected to the great outdoors. Focused on capturing the essence of his daily life with his Leica M9, he shares his visual diary on his cleverly named Tumblr, Home on the Rangefinder.
A year-long effort has finally come to fruition: the launch of my new branding, and relaunch of my website! I’m so thrilled with the new look and feel and hope you are too. This space was designed to be clean, restful and timeless, just like the products that are offered here, and my new logo is a nod to the delicate things in nature that inspire me.
I’m very proud to finally announce the release my newest and finest product, Rebecca Lily Pro Set III! Pro Set III embodies all of my own personal photographic development, my continued love for shooting digital along with film and my appreciation for beautiful and natural colors.
Since my earliest adventures in photography and post work, I have been drawn to the “pastel look” – a light, airy style with soft colors, glowy brightness, and subdued contrasts. Achieving this with my digital images required a lot of time and patience, and as I discovered, it was a rather difficult look to get right.
In a growing photography industry, it has become increasingly more important for photographers to develop a distinguishable style for their work. A distinctive, unique look is what sets the photographer apart and helps them find the right clients.
After trading in my Nikon DSLR for a Fuji X-E1, I thought it would be interesting to compare Fuji’s film and digital color palettes side by side. One of the most important reasons I made the decision for the X-E1 was for Fuji’s colors. I find their palette the most appealing and easy to work with.