Seen what's new in Lightroom Classic 11.4. This big update includes much-wanted additions to AI Masks, plus great new preset features and some other welcome new features.
When you're working with the Adjustment Brush in Adobe Lightroom Classic, you'll find that the how you've set the feather, flow, and density controls for the brush will make a huge difference in your editing.
The Vibrance and Saturation sliders are probably two of the most often used color adjustments in Lightroom. How you use them and what the difference is, is key so you know how making changes will affect the colors in your photo.
If you're new to Lightroom, you may be wondering how to save your edited photos for printing or sharing on the web. What you actually do is export your Lightroom photos using specific export settings for either print or web. In this new Lightroom Classic tutorial, I'll walk you through all the steps and show you the best export settings to use for print and for sharing on the web, such as for uploading to Facebook.
Masks are super useful tools in Lightroom. Basically, a mask lets you tell Lightroom what areas of a photo get specific edits or adjustments. This tutorial explains what masks are, Auto Masks, Invert Mask, and luminance and color Range Masks
When you just want to make changes such as exposure, saturation, clarity and other adjustments to specific areas of your image, you'll find the Adjustment Brush is a powerful tool.
When you just want to make changes such as exposure, saturation, clarity and other adjustments to specific areas of your image, you'll find the Adjustment Brush is a powerful too.
We'll convert an image to black and white and then bring back the color in selective areas. It's fun and easy to do.
The previous button us a fast way to copy settings from the last image you worked on to a new image.