HOW TO EDIT LIKE BRANDON WOELFEL | PHOTOSHOPlightroom
HOW TO EDIT LIKE BRANDON WOELFEL
In this video i take you through a step by step process of colour grading your photos in lightroom to make them look like Brandon woelful.
COMPLETE WORKFLOW for creating a moody warm lights bokeh look using Lightroom and Photoshop. Learn how to enhance the color, add drama, and make the image dreamy in Lightroom and then finishing it up in Photoshop. We will also learn how to achieve the painterly effect in Photoshop.
When it comes to amazing effects, local adjustments in photoshopis the key. We will be using mostly the adjustment brush along with the graduated filter to make the subject pop and add some color punch to the photo. Then, to focus the attention towards the subject, even more, we will apply a vignette. In this tutorial, we will discuss the approach to achieving any effect or look using PHOTOSHOP. Right from what to do first when you have an idea in mind to bring it to fruition, we will lay down the exact strategy on achieving the same. Hope this video helps you! Thank you for watching.
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aaj ki is video me maine aapko photoshop main editing karna sikhaunga jisme main normal photo ko photoshop ki madad se ek asche se background main change krke dikhaunga.
To mai ummeed karta hu aapko ye video pasand aayegi.. 🙂
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