10 Lightroom Tips to Improve Your Photo Edit !!

Quote of AWESOMENESS“Sometimes a change of perspective is all it takes to see the light.” – Dan Brown

 

Tip #1, Auto Tone:

            Clicking on the auto tone button can give you an idea of what to edit in your photo.

 

Tip #2, Angle Tool: 

            The Angle Tool allows you to draw a line on what you want to straighten then your photography is leveled.

 

Tip #3, Crop Overlays:

            Click the crop tool and click 0 to choose a different overlay. Clicking shift 0 changes the direction and rotates the overlay. Different crop overlays add more creativity to photographs.

 

Tip #4, Radial Brush Focus:

            Click Radial Brush Tool and select a specific area to add focus.

 

 

Tip #5, Before/After:

           Clicking the backslash button to remove edits made, except crop. Click again and edits are back.

 

Tip #6, Reset Specifics:

            Double click specific title to reset it. Click on the toggle on the left side of right panel to turn off/on the section.

 

Tip #7, Luminance Power:

            Go to HSL panel, click luminance and lighten and darken specific colors in the image.

 

Tip #8, Straight Lines:

            Use heal-brush tool, hold down shift, and click on the other end to know a perfectly straight line.

 

Tip #9, Virtual Copies:

            Right-click and select virtual copy to have two copies in Lightroom.

 

Tip #10: Lights Out:

            Click L to make everything gray or click again to make everything black except the picture.

 

Yours truly,

L.O.A.S.H


© Elizabeth Anne Villoria

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