Amazing Luminosity Slider in Lightroom Classic. The luminosity slider is very similar to the If/Then Slider in Adobe Photoshop. It lets you apply adjustments to just the highlights or shadows without having to manually apply them
Welcome to my series on Adobe Lightroom Classic. Classic is not an old version of Adobe Lightroom it is just the version made for laptop and desktop computers. Lightroom CC is a version made for tablets and phones. CC is similar to Classic but is designed to work of the cloud.
This series will walk you through import to export. I cover the good and bad of Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is a hybrid program. It catalogs your images,(part I hate)is an image browser and a RAW photo editor. Not to be confused with image editor which it is not. It can also make books, slideshows and webpages but this aspect of the program is poor. ch The series is designed for you to follow the order but you can just watch specific Adobe Lightroom Classic videos if you like.
I update my videos every couple of years to keep the new technology current. I am presently updating the Lightroom videos. I will ad new ones as I finish. Hope you enjoy the videos.
I will cover how to fix converging lines or keystoning in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. My favorite method is available in both Lightroom and Photoshop via ACR. I will also cover how to fix the issue in Lens Correction and Transform inside of Photoshop.
I will show you how to speed up your workflow with the amazing speed of Photoshop scripting. The first scripting I will demonstrate how to open an image with a curves adjustment layer ready to go and the a bulk saving action that will let you perform an action if need be and save as a tiff and jpg at the same time.