And don’t forget, after choosing settings for a brush, you can save your new settings as a preset. To save a preset, at the top of the Adjustment Brush panel, click on the name of the currently selected preset (to the right of the word Effect) and choose Save Current Settings As New Preset form the drop down list.
In this episode of the Complete Picture, I will explain two different methods for selectively colorizing an image to differentiate the subject from the background using Lightroom’s Develop module. Note: the same effects could be attained using Bridge/Adobe Camera Raw/Photoshop.
In this episode, I will demonstrate how to streamline Lightroom 3’s Develop module by taking advantage of my top 10 favorite shortcuts & time-saving features in order to eliminate many of the repetitive image adjustment tasks when editing large volumes of images.
Take a tour of the updated Develop module in Lightroom 2.0 (What’s New in Lightroom 2 – The Develop Module)
Julieanne Kost shows how to make nondestructive localized corrections using the new Adjustment Brush and Graduated filter tools.