October 10, 2012
In this episode of The Complete Picture (The Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush), discover the power of making selective adjustments like dodging and burning, color corrections and noise removal using the Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush. Note: although this video was recorded in Lightroom, the same techniques are available in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CS6.
June 12, 2012
Well, not exactly, however, when using the Adjustment Brush in the Develop module in Lightroom, tapping the “O” key (for Overlay) displays the mask while painting. Tap “O” again to hide the mask. To change the color of the mask, add the Shift key and tap “O”. While I know that this is not exactly Quick Mask, it does allow you to view the mask that you’re painting in Lightroom.
September 10, 2009
When using the Adjustment brush, tap “M” to toggle on/off the Auto Mask option (Auto Mask automatically detect edges based on contrast and color to help selectively apply adjustments to a desired area. To view the Mask Overlay tap “Y” to toggle the Overlay on /off. To choose a different color to display as the mask overlay, click the color swatch to the right of the Show Mask option.
September 9, 2009
Parallel to Photoshop, Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) + “[" or "]” increases/decreases brush size. Adding the Shift key increases/decreases Feather. Adjusting the Flow is even easier, simply tap the “+ ” (plus) or “-” (minus) to increase/decrease. Note: the Flow sets the amount and speed at which an adjustment is applies , the Density caps the amount of change that can be made (even with multiple strokes).
In addition, Shift -drag constrains the Adjustment Brush to a straight line and Option (Mac) / Alt (Win) toggles the Adjustment Brush and Eraser tool.