Using the adjustment brush with the range mask in Lightroom Classic CC
The Lightroom Tone Curve Panel is one of the most powerful and versatile panels in the software.
The first step to organizing images can be done during the import process. Check it out.
This video will show the viewer a new and easier way to reorganize the entire Lightroom catalog. It contains information never before presented in any article or video.
Neat Lightroom Tricks is a series of short videos on how to bring out more detail using the panels, procedures and tools in Lightroom Classic. This first video deals with recovering lost detail in the highlights and shadows using the Tone Curve panel, bringing color into the sky and using the
Neat Lightroom Tricks Part II deals with a procedure to get rid of digital noise in an image. It shows how to clean up the noise even with images photographed with high ISO sensitivity settings, as high as ISO 25600.
This short video shows a couple of Lightroom tricks to bring out more detail in an image by increasing the contrast, changing the saturation, contrast or color of something in the image. Check it out.
This short video shows why, even with the correct ICC profile chosen, the computer calibrated and matched to the printer, the colors in a printed image can still come out wrong. The reason is often because one of the color channels, red, green or blue is missing in the image. Learn how to recognize when a color channel is missing and how to recover the missing channel before printing the image. Check it out.
This short video shows the multiple ways the Spot Removal Tool can be used to clean up images.