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Learn how to enhance the natural beauty of a landscape photo with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In this short start-to-finish editing project, author Jan Kabili walks you through corrections for common issues you may have in your own landscape photos. She shows you how to create a mood with white balance, enhance contrast and detail with tonal adjustments, increase image intensity, make corrections to specific areas of the photo, and export the final processed photo.
Here we are back in Lightroom's Develop module with the final adjusted raw version of our project photo with all of the adjustments that we've added throughout this course. Let's get a closer look at the final product by holding down the Shift key and pressing the Tab key to dismiss the bars and columns in Lightroom, and then pressing L twice on the keyboard to view the image against this plain black background. You know here we've already done so much to enhance this image, taking it from the way it looked to me started like this to where it is now, this.
But there's always more to be done, so I'd urge you to experiment applying other options and settings in Lightroom to see if you can change the mood or the overall look or just the way that this image is processed. As you do that, if you have questions about tools or techniques I'd invite you to view another of my courses in the lynda.com library, Up and Running with Lightroom 4. I hope you've enjoyed this course as much as I have. Thanks for joining me for Enhancing a Landscape Photo with Lightroom.
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