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Lightroom CC – Book Module Basics

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Saving Changes to Files in Lightroom

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10 astuces sur Lightroom que vous m’avez partagées – F/1.4 S05E10

Il y a quelques semaines, j'ai proposé un concours pour gagner une place aux journées Pep's durant lesquelles je donnais des cours sur Lightroom. Le concours était simple : Apprenez moi quelque chose que je ne connais pas pas sur Lightroom. Vous avez été nombreux à tenter le coup. Voici 10 astuces que vous m'avez partagées ! Sommaire : 00:50 - Astuces Réglages de base 03:35 - Astuces recadrage 05:00 - Astuces retouches localisées 07:45 - Astuces correction de l'objectif 10:00 - Astuces diverses 12:50 - Conclusion Vous voulez en savoir plus sur Lightroom ? Découvrez le guide ultime que j'ai créé pour vous : -------------------------------------------------------------- * Abonnez-vous à F/1.4 : * Suivez F/1.4 sur FB :

Lightroom 6 / CC Tutorial – HSL – Hue Saturation and Luminance

What is HSL in Lightroom. In this video tutorial I explain what Hue Saturation and Luminance are and how to use them in Lightroom to edit photos. . 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: - HSL - Edit Individual colors in Lightroom - Highlight Colors In Lightroom - Desaturate A Photo 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

How to create precise masks in Lightroom

In this tutorial, I am going to show you a little Lightroom trick that allows you to create very precise masks along the edges in your images. It's a two-phase approach to using the adjustment brush by brushing quickly over the edges of the selected area and then erasing the excessive parts of the mask, you're able to create a clean mask and avoid any artifacts inside or outside the masked area.

How to Use Virtual Copies in Lightroom

I Guarantee I Can Teach You to Master Photoshop. Learn How: How to Use Virtual Copies in Lightroom Learn how to create multiple versions of your photos and save disk space by using Virtual Copies in Lightroom - your clients will love you for it! How to Create Virtual Copies To create a virtual copy of an image in Lightroom, simply right-click on an image and go to ‘Create Virtual Copy’. No additional files will be created on your computer, these copies are references of the original image stored in the Lightroom catalog. Create Multiple Versions of Each Image Creating Virtual Copies will allow you to have multiple edited versions of your images that you can then send to your clients. In this example we create two Virtual Copies of our main image and make one of the copies ‘Black & white’ and another ‘Sepia’. These edits take very little time and make it look like you are delivering much more! Sync Settings and Presets After creating ‘Black & White’ and ‘Sepia’ toned images, the same develop settings can be applied to multiple images in a catalog. To sync settings, simply click on the source image, then CTRL/CMD+CLICK on the second image in a series and go to ’Sync Settings’ in the Library module. Click on ’Check All’ and click ’Synchronize’. The develop settings you applied on the first image will be transferred onto the rest of the images selected in the Sync. If you would like to create a Preset, start by clicking on the ‘Develop’ module at the top of the screen and go to ‘Presets’ on the left hand side. After making adjustments, click on the ‘+’ icon in the presets screen and name your preset under ‘User Presets’. You can apply this preset to any image moving forward simply by clicking on the preset name in the preset window. Exporting Virtual Copies In this example, we create a ‘Color’, ‘Black & White’ and ‘Sepia’ version of two images and want each to be exported by editing style. Start by selecting each of the variations and right-clicking to navigate to Export. For naming convenience, click on the ‘Rename’ option and choose ‘Filename - Sequence’ and type in a name for the editing variation. Export to “Choose Folder Later’ and then create a folder name that mirrors the editing name on your computer and place the images in that folder. In this example, we create folders named ‘Color’ ‘BW’ and ‘Sepia’ and export each edited variation into each of the folders. This way, when it comes time to deliver images to your clients, they will receive pre-sorted folders with different variations in each! VISIT PHLEARN.COM FOR MORE FREE TUTORIALS SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE FREE TIPS AND TRICKS GET FREE TUTORIALS SENT TO YOUR EMAIL + DISCOUNTS ON OUR PRO TUTORIALS! LET'S BE FRIENDS! Instagram ► Facebook ► Twitter ► Google+ ► Phlearn ► Did you know there is a lot more to PHLEARN than YouTube? -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-