- [Instructor] The next step is…to choose the final select and then to work on it.…And here I'll go ahead and click…through these different options.…I really like this photograph here,…plus the different crop options that we have.…And as you have different options,…like when I go from here to here,…I actually like both of these images equally as much.…And as a photographer you always find yourself torn…between a couple of different options,…but eventually just have to choose.…So I'm gonna go for this one which is this up close shot.…I like that it feels honest.…
I like that there's a connection there.…And so this is the one that I'm gonna go with.…Now I like the color version,…the color straight out of the camera.…I'm shooting with the Sony A9 here.…Love the way it renders skin tones and color…and all that so I'm gonna leave one image in color…and then press command apostrophe…and create another in black and white.…So I'll tap the v key to go to black and white.…V in Lightroom converts the image to black and white…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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