PHLEARN Lightroom Essentials Coloring, Styles & Presets PRO – Learn the default, style, color in Lightroom
Lightroom is not just a tool for organization and cataloging. It has a wide variety of powerful tools that can transform your images into something extraordinary. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how these tools work and reveal some easy methods for applying your edits to other photos or save them as presets. We will also cover how to create a HDR image and a panorama.
Black & White
There are a lot of things to consider when converting an image to black and white. We’ll provide some tips for both the photography and post-production process. Then we’ll show you all the options available to make the perfect black and white image.
If you’re looking for a tool that’s as versatile as it is precise, the tone curve in Lightroom should be one of your go-to editing staples. From adjusting the luminosity of specific color channels, adding a vintage fade effect to your shadows and highlights, the tone curve handles it all with ease.
HDR & Panorama
Lightroom makes a compilation of high-dynamic range photos and panoramas at a snap. We’ll show you how to stitch together multiple images taken at different exposures or multiple images of a landscape to create stunning photos that would not be possible with a single picture.
Lightroom Essentials Coloring Styles and Presets Example 2 Sepia
Organization & Workflow
Creating multiple edits of multiple photos can start to get messy fast. Fortunately, we’ve got some tips to keep your catalog and folder structure on your computer nice and tidy.
Export & Deliver
Once you’ve nailed your edits, it’s time to export them to the world to see. We will show you tips for exporting in multiple sizes and formats, so that you can deliver your images to a client, display them on the web or share with followers on social media.
Create multiple versions of a single image without taking up valuable storage on your computer or hard drives. Virtual Copies are very helpful for when you want to export a few different versions of your search engine. Most importantly, they allow you to experiment with your editing without having to worry about clogging up your organization or workflow.
Lightroom Essentials Coloring Styles and Presets
Split Toning is the process of adding different colors to the highlights and shadows in an image. This can be done as a corrective measure, such as when you want to more accurately adjust the white balance in a photo. It can also be a stylistic choice, as it can have a profound effect on the overall mood and feel of an image.
Presets & Sync Settings
Create a look that you love? Apply it to a group of images to give them the same style. We’ll also show you how to save and edit a preset so you can keep it for later use or share it with others.
Table of Contents:
01 – Introduction
02 – Black & White
03 – Coloring & Style
Manufacturer: Philler / PHLEARN
Language of instruction: English
Level of training: Elementary, secondary
File Size: 6540 MB