Tag: Adjustment

How to Use Local Adjustment Scrubby Sliders in Lightroom

The programmers at Adobe have done an excellent job at making Lightroom accessible and easy to use. But don’t be fooled by the software’s straightforward appearance—there are a few tricks and shortcuts that most users overlook entirely. Anthony Morganti reveals a particularly useful hidden tool that is sure to impact the way Lightroom devotees go about making […]

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New: Polished Lightroom Adjustment Brush Presets at 80% Off

Here is a new boost to your photo editing workflow, a simple way to add “wow factor” and retouch your photos, without having to use Photoshop – in only 3 clicks…even if you’re brand new to editing your photos. Designed to give you all of the retouching & fine-tuning you’d want to do with your photos without […]

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How to Use the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom (Video)

Have you ever wondered how to use the adjustment brush in Lightroom? Although we have covered it in depth in our Workflow and Post-Processing course, I thought it would be a good idea to share some detail about the specifics of the adjustment brush in a video. If you are just starting out in Lightroom, […]

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Beginner’s Guide to Tonal Adjustment Sliders in Camera Raw

I like to learn by doing—so when I opened my first RAW photo, naturally, I simply played around with the various sliders until I found a level I was happy with. But while experimenting is a vital part of learning both photography and post-processing, grasping a full understanding of the process allowed me to both […]

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