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Lightroom 2 Quicktips
Today we work on a landscape image with an over exposed sky. We do some cropping and rotation to begin with followed by a little spot editing to remove some distractions. Then we get to work with the Graduated Neutral Density Filter to fix up the sky and bring the tones in the image closer together.
Today we round out the first week of Lightroom 2 tips with some advanced techniques for use with the Adjustment Brush. We also look at spot editing, snaphots, the non-destructive history in Lightroom and how to make graduated edits without using a Wacom tablet. Look out next week for a second week of Lightroom 2 tips!
Today we move on to a picture of my sister and do a little beauty retouching with the soften skin adjustment brush preset. We also do some cropping, rotation and tweaking the colour temperature.
Sticking with the adjustment brush we move on to a new image today and use clarity and saturation to re-focus the eye and draw attention to a different part of the picture.
Today we spend more time with the adjustment brush - there's just so much you can do with it! We'll try changing the background colour of an image completely as though we'd used a clever shaped colour filter when we shot the picture.