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Special Effects 1 – Creamy Vintage (Using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3)

In this first special effects tutorial Mike Walen shows you how to create a retro vintage effect to your photos called Creamy Vintage. Mike also shows how to save your adjustment settings to create a Preset so you can easily apply the effect to other images. The demonstration is carried out using Photoshop Lightroom 3 and uses a RAW file from a Canon 450D. Download the RAW file used in this tutorial: For free Lightroom 3 presets, check out our website:

How to Correct Overexposure in Lightroom

I Guarantee I Can Teach You to Master Photoshop. Learn How: How to Correct Over Exposed Images in Lightroom Learn how to create multiple versions of the same image and combine them together to form an HDR Photo in Lightroom! 16-bit RAW Images in Lightroom In order to achieve this effect, be sure to use 16-bit RAW images in Lightroom. 8-bit JPEGs don't have enough information stored in the file to accurately change exposure and make up for missing information. Create Virtual Copies and Merge to HDR Start by creating a virtual copy of your image, then adjust the exposure slider down until the over-exposed areas become properly exposed. At this point the rest of the image may be too dark, but don't worry about the dark areas - this image is only used for the highlight information. Next shift-click on both the original image and the virtual copy the right-click and go to Photo Merge - HDR... Lightroom will treat both of these images as separate photos and merge the exposures together to retina information from the highlights, mid-tones and shadows. This way you can create an HDR Photo from one source image and pull information from over-exposed areas! Did you know there is a lot more to PHLEARN than YouTube?

How to Create a Lomo Effect in Lightroom

I Guarantee I Can Teach You to Master Photoshop. Learn How: The Lomo Effect is based on the look of a classic Russian film camera called the Lomo LC-A Download the Sample Image Here How to Use Graduated & Radial Filters The key to creating effects in Lightroom is to use the Graduated and Radial Filters in Lightroom. These filters allow changes to be made to specific areas of an image. In this tutorial, we focus on the center and edges of the photo. To create a Graduated or Radial Filter, enter the Develop Module in Lightroom by pressing D on the keyboard or clicking on “Develop” in the top right of Lightroom. In the right column, click on the rectangular or circular icons just below the histogram. After selecting the filter, click and drag on the image to add the effect. The sliders below the filter will affect just the area where the filter is visible. To invert the selection, click on “Invert Mask” on the bottom of the filter dialog. How to Add Split Toning Split Toning is the process of adding one color to the highlights of an image and another color to the shadows. Quick Tip: Use Complimentary Colors When Split-Toning To split tone an image in Lightroom, scroll down the right column in the Develop Module until you get to “Split Toning.” Add Saturation to the highlights first, then adjust the Hue slider until you get to the desired color. Do the same for the shadows. How to Add a Vignette in Lightroom To add an additional vignette in Lightroom, navigate to the Develop Module and scroll towards the bottom of the right column to the Effects Tab. Add Post-Crop Vignetting by changing the sliders to achieve the desired look. In this episode, we bring the Amount to -16, Midpoint to 85, Roundness to +35, Feather to 84 and Highlights to 0. Also, when replicating the look of a film camera, it is important to add grain. Use the Grain Dialog to add grain and fine-tune the size and roughness. How to Add Distortion In order to make this image look like it was taken with a lower-quality lens, we add more distortion. Navigate to the “Lens Corrections” Dialog and adjust the amount of distortion. In this case, we add +17 to distortion and click on “Constrain Crop” which will remove the curved-in edges of the photo. VISIT PHLEARN.COM FOR MORE FREE TUTORIALS SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE FREE TIPS AND TRICKS LET'S BE FRIENDS! Instagram ► Facebook ► Twitter ► Google+ ► Phlearn ► -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

Photoshop tutorial for Lightroom users: Sky Replacement

To get my source files, sign up at: In this episode I will first retouch a panorama in Lightroom CC, then I will go into photoshop for: (I open both the sky and the panoramas as smart - objects) 1. Making the canvas bigger so that we have space for a new sky. 2. Put in the sky and use masking to blend it in. 3. Use the smart objects to make the color match 4. Back In Lightroom for a second development. If you want to see all my favorite software, apps and gear click here You can see what I use and love to work with everyday. Buy Photoshop and Lightroom as part of Creative Cloud and save 15% by clicking here Help me translate this video or other videos from my Youtube channel in your own language if you can, that would be amazing here is the list, follow the instructions it is quite simple: Get my entire training at : SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER VIDEO TIPS AND TUTORIALS : ============================================ TUTORIELS FRANÇAIS : =================== SUBSCRIBE TO MY PODCAST ON ITUNES: ================================== Follow me ! : ========== GOOGLE + ► FACEBOOK ► TWITTER ► INSTAGRAM ►

Guided Upright in Lightroom CC

*The product featured in this video is Lightroom Classic CC, previously known as Lightroom CC. For more information, please visit: Quickly correct perspective in a photograph with precision and control using the new Transform Panel, Guided Upright tool, and Offset sliders. Manually positioned guides automatically correct converging vertical and horizontal lines in images which can then be repositioned within the canvas area.

The Biggest Confusion About Lightroom - Learn how the Lightroom Catalog works and where it puts your photos. Also learn about Importing and Exporting in Lightroom. Get the full Lightroom Made Easy course here:

Lightroom Workflow: Event Photography - Watch over my shoulder as I process a set of photos from a real life event in Lightroom. See Importing, Rating, Culling, Organizing in Collections, Exporting, and Delivering the photos.

Lightroom Tip: Simple Export Settings for Print and Facebook

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Lightroom CC – Using the Radial and Graduated Filters

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Lightroom 6 / CC Tutorial – Library Module basics

Library - Part 5 - In this video tutorial I show you all the basic features of the Library module in Lightroom CC / Lightroom 6. This Lightroom Tutorial for beginners will help you become better a photo editing and is brought to you by: In this Video you will learn the importance of keeping you photos organised using Lightroom. - Catalogs - Folders - Collections - Keywords In Lightroom CC - Metadata in Lightroom ________________________________________­____________________________ BASIC Part 1 - Lightroom Quick Start Guide - LIBRARY Part 1 - Library Module basics Part 2 - Collections DEVELOP Part 1 - Basic Panel - Part 2 - Crop tool - Part 3 - Tone Curve - Part 4 - HDR Merge - Part 5 - Selective Color - Part 6 - Amazing Skies - Part 7 - HSL - Part 8 - Radial Filter - Part 9 - Spot Removal - ________________________________________­____________________________ Thanks for watching our free Photos In Color Tutorials! If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe to our channel to receive free weekly videos. Subscribe: Visit the website and download my amazing Travel Photography Guide.Its awesome and its free Website: ________________________________________­____________________________ Facebook: Twitter: Lightroom editing Lightroom Effects Lightroom 6 Tutorial Lightroom CC Tutorial Lightroom CC For beginners Lightroom Tutorials for beginners