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Lightroom 5 - Enhancing Isolated Areas of an Image
Discover how easy it is to locally refine and enhance your photographs using Lightroom’s selective adjustment tools to dodge and burn, adjust color, add off-center vignettes, and remove dust spots and distracting elements.
The Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush in Lightroom 4
In this episode of The Complete Picture, discover the power of making selective adjustments like dodging and burning, color corrections and noise removal using the Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush in Lightroom 4. Note: although this video was recorded in Lightroom, the same techniques are available in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CS6.
Quick Tip – Creating 32-bit (HDR) Images in LR 4.1
In this Quick Tip, Julieanne quickly demonstrates how to create a 32-bit file from multiple exposures in Photoshop and then, using the Develop module in Lightroom 4.1 refines the image's color and tonality both globally and selectively - all while still working in 32-bit! In the tutorial, I don’t believe that I mentioned that when I choose Edit > In, my default setting is to hand off a TIFF file to Photoshop. That way, when I save the file, it saves a 32-bit TIFF – which is what Lightroom prefers (not a PSD file).
In this Episode of the Complete Picture Julieanne demonstrates what you can do in Lightroom’s Develop module to enhance your photographs using color and tonality to change the mood and atmosphere of an image . We all know that the goal is to capture the best photograph in camera, but what happens when we aren’t at the right place at the right time? Julieanne will show you how to make subtle changes to increase the photograph’s emotional impact.