Photography with Creative Cloud
Pallet Perfection in Picture

 

Capturing the perfect moment is just the beginning. Thanks to Lightroom’s powerful editing features and Photoshop’s precision editing and compositing tools, you can give your photos a whole new lease of life. See how these photographers brought a whole new level of vibrancy to their work.
 
 
Jeryl Tan

 

 

Jeryl Tan

 

Using a fisheye lens at 12mm, Singapore’s Jeryl Tan captured the Jewel at Changi Airport perfectly, showcasing the Rain Vortex by decreasing the highlights and tweaking the hue and saturation the bring out the red of his national flag!
 
 

 

 

Yonghan Bae

 

Korean photographer Yonghan Bae instantly thought of the spring flower blossoms when concepting the colours of Korea, using the HSL Panel and Temperature sliders to give a consistent warmth and dreamy tonality that’s present across her Instagram profile.
 
 
 
Yonghan Bae
Yonghan Bae



Yonghan Bae

 

Korean photographer Yonghan Bae instantly thought of the spring flower blossoms when concepting the colours of Korea, using the HSL Panel and Temperature sliders to give a consistent warmth and dreamy tonality that’s present across her Instagram profile.
 
 
 

See how these creations came to life.

 

Alec Baker

 

 

Alec Baker

 

Australian photographer and filmmaker used one of his own presets to bring out the colours of this edit, whilst playing with the Gradient Filter and turning down the temperature to bring out the blue sky. The details on his shirt and watch were really brought out by the using the Adjustment Brush, a really important detail for him!
 
 



Manali Jain

 

Mumbai photographer and blogger Manali Jain captured a perfect sunrise at the Taj Mahal, using Tone Curve adjustments to bring out the desired contrast between the brighter and darker areas to make it stand out. By playing with the hues and saturations of each colour she made a beautiful monument even more breathtaking! 
 
 
Manali Jain
Manali Jain



Manali Jain

 

Mumbai photographer and blogger Manali Jain captured a perfect sunrise at the Taj Mahal, using Tone Curve adjustments to bring out the desired contrast between the brighter and darker areas to make it stand out. By playing with the hues and saturations of each colour she made a beautiful monument even more breathtaking! 
 
 

 

 

 

Live Creative Masterclasses 

 

Follow along and join the conversation as our community of creatives chat live and share awesome tips and tricks!

Check out our past episodes below and tune in live every week with your Creative Cloud membership. 

 
Adobe APAC Live
Adobe Live


Live Creative Masterclasses 

 

Follow along and join the conversation as our community of creatives chat live and share awesome tips and tricks!

Check out our past episodes below and tune in live every week with your Creative Cloud membership. 

 
Adobe APAC Live

Apps that play well together.

Creative Cloud brings together the world's best creative apps for desktop and mobile, plus more connected ways creating and sharing.
 
Image editing and compositing
 
 
Edit, organise, store and share photos from anywhere
 
 
Desktop-focused photo editing.
 
Create stunning social graphics — in seconds.