We frequently think of Photoshop as being the complicated behemoth, but Lightroom also has a lot of tiny intricacies and hidden capabilities of its own. The Camera Calibration tab, which is located at the very bottom of the Develop module, is one of the most underrated features.

This tab has the ability to give your photographs the type of subtle boost that elevates them to the next level. You will learn all you need to know about the Camera Calibration tab, including what it does and how to utilize it, by watching this fantastic video lesson in its entirety.

This excellent video lesson was created by Anthony Morganti specifically for your use, and it will walk you through the ins and outs of using the Camera Calibration tab in Lightroom. Even though it is not required to edit a photo (I don’t think I opened this tab for at least the first year that I used Lightroom), it can give your images that extra bit of pop without making them look garish or overdone. Many photographers go their entire careers without touching this tab. I don’t think I opened it for at least the first year that I used Lightroom.

It is frequently the top-secret component in a great number of landscape photographs, particularly those in which the blues are intensely saturated and mesmerizing. Scroll down and experiment with it on a few photographs if you haven’t used it before. If you haven’t used it before, try it out. The whole breakdown, as presented by Morganti, can be found in the video that can be found above.

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