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In today's show we show you how to use the lightroom adjustment brush and graduated filters to boost contrast and colour and add a sunset glow on the horizon. We then move over into Photoshop for the rest of our tutorial where we begin with some dust spot removal with the spot healing brush tool to deal with lens and sensor dust. Then we use a curves adjustment layer and paint on its layer mask to boost the oranges in our horizon glow.
In today's Lightroom video tutorial I show you the best way to take photos from your laptop to your desktop when you've been shooting and editing your pictures on the road. You can keep all your RAW files and the lightroom edits intact and still merge those pictures back into your master Lightroom catalog. Learn how..
Today we have chapter 3 of our tutorial using the new features of both Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3. Today we do some dodging and burning, cropping, saving with transparency and take a look at stacks in the Lightroom filmstrip.
Today's show does double duty as both part of our Lightroom 3 review and also the first chapter in a new tutorial. We'll be adding fashion labels to our photographs as a fun way to brand a Lightroom 3 slideshow and I'll show you how the label is made by using new features from Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5. If you want to see what we're aiming for I've uploaded the Lightroom 3 Slideshow to my Flickr.
Today we continue our video review of Adobe Lightroom 3 by taking a good hard look at the new lens correction feature and see how it can be used to perform perspective correction just like a tilt and shift lens. We also see what the new Grain tool can do to help you decide whether Lightroom 3 is a worthwhile upgrade for you.