Join Paul Burnett and Julieanne Kost for our free workshop Turn Left Turn Right, the Power of Lightroom Classic during the Head On (virtual) Photo Festival!
The new non-destructive Texture slider (available as both a global as well as a local adjustment) in Lightroom Classic, can be used to decrease or increase the appearance of “texture” in a photograph while still retaining fine details.
Learn how to set your default zoom views in Lightroom Classic.
Command + [ and ] (Mac) | Control + [ and ] (Win) rotates a photograph 90° clockwise / counter clockwise.
I had time over the weekend to sit down and retouch some images from Tasmania and thought it might be interesting to write up a quick overview of the workflow. In a nutshell, the majority of edits were done in Lightroom Classic CC with a bit of retouching done in Photoshop CC. On the left are the original raw captures, the final images on the right.
To change Lightroom’s default processing setting to apply Enable Profile Corrections and Remove Chromatic Aberration when importing images, use the following steps:
In this project-oriented course, Julieanne takes five images from start to finish, beginning in Lightroom and ending in Photoshop, helping you to understand which image editing techniques you’d apply to your photos in Lightroom Classic, and when you’d want to switch to Photoshop to make further changes.
This 20 page document lists all of Julieanne’s favorite shortcuts for Lightroom Classic.
Lightroom’s ability to sync local adjustments between images can help increase your productivity when working with several, similar images.
When you need to make really subtle refinements using Quick Develop in Lightroom, Shift -click on any of the icons to cut the default amount of change applied in half.