Lightroom Lesson 2

Lesson Description

This lesson covers all the tabs in the Develop module. It’s where the main adjustments are made to the whole image. These would be known as global adjustments: colour temperature adjustments, hue saturation and vibrancy adjustment, exposure adjustments, tone curve, split toning and the lens correction tab. Also explained in detail are the options that make Lightroom’s Develop mode such a flexible way to edit raw files. Basic tools such as the crop and spot removal tool are covered along with the far more useful graduated filter, radial filter and adjustment brush. All of which are used to make local adjustments to the image. By local adjustments we are referring to the ability to make changes to small parts of the image without affecting the whole picture.

- Steve Hedges LMPA. LRPS

Steve Hedges

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