In this episode of the Complete Picture, Julieanne Kost demonstrates the differences between making “absolute” adjustments to photographs using the Develop module in Lightroom verses “relative” adjustments using the Quick Develop panel in the Library module.
Posts tagged "The Develop Module"
In this video, you’ll learn how to add vignettes and simulate traditional film grain effects in Lightroom.
In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how to create and apply presets to multiple files in Lightroom.
The new Dehaze control in Lightroom CC and Adobe Camera Raw 9.1 can help you to dramatically improve an image by removing haze. The Dehaze technology is based on a physical model of how light is transmitted, and it tries to estimate light that is lost due to absorption and scattering through the atmosphere. For the best results, you’ll want to set the white balance for the image before using Dehaze. Then, in the Effects panel, move the slider to the right – to easily remove the haze from the original scene. Move the slider to the left to add a creative haze effect.You can choose to make very subtle to very significant adjustments – if you’re pushing the slider to the extreme, you might want to refine the image using the Basic panel (increasing the shadow detail or refining the Vibrance slider) in order to achieve the exact look that you’re after. Check out the video below to see Dehaze in action.
When moving the slider, there is very little change in the highlight area (on the right side of the Histogram), while the shadows and lower portion of the histogram is clearly being changed. If you are concerned that the darker values in the image are being clipped to pure black, Option (Mac) | Alt (Win) -drag the slider to see the black point clipping visualization. When you see black areas appear in the image, you know that you’re starting to clip to pure black and can back off. In addition, Dehaze can be added locally by applying ACR as a Smart Filter in Photoshop.
Click here for more information about Camera Raw 9.1 including new camera and profile support.
In this quick tip, you’ll learn how to synchronize a folder so that Lightroom can add new photos to a previously imported folder.
In this quick tip, you’ll learn how to create a cross-process effect using the Split Tone panel in Lightroom.
Discover an easy way to add color toning effects to black and white photographs in Lightroom.
Discover how virtual copies can help you create several different “looks” for the same image.
Discover how to convert color photographs to black and white with precision and control in Lightroom.
Discover how to quickly remove dust spots, imperfections and distracting elements in a photograph.
Learn how to quickly make color and tonal adjustments to specific areas of your photograph using the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom.
Easily refine and enhance your photographs using the Graduated and Radial filters in Lightroom.
In this quick tip, you’ll discover how to use the Adjustment Brush to make local color adjustments in an image.
Learn how to shift Hue, Saturation and Luminance values to create different visual interpretations of your photographs.
Learn how to apply lens correction profiles as well as correct perspective distortions in photographs.