Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Duplicating the previous adjustment, part of Lightroom 4 Image Optimization Workshop.
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Sometimes the quickest way to apply a good adjustment to an image is to simply …duplicate the adjustment you had made previously. …In this case, for example, I have an image of a bald eagle, and I'm going to …adjust it a little bit to improve its appearance. …And I'm going to pretend that I don't realize there''s another similar bald …eagle photographed under the exact same conditions, that is the very next image …I'm going to see. Of course, I'm only pretending to not …notice this, so that you can see the benefit of being able to copy a previous adjustment. …I'll go ahead and go back to my first image, and it looks like it's a little …bit too magenta, so I'm going to shift the Tint a little bit toward green to try …and improve that. Maybe I'll warm up the image, just a …little bit, not too much but take the Temperature over a little more towards yellow.…
I'm also going to check the Exposure here, I'll hold the Alt Key on Windows or …Option Key on Macintosh while increasing the Exposure value. …
- Evaluating images
- Seeing a before and after view
- Correcting mistakes with the History and Snapshot features
- Develop module basics
- Fine-tuning with the Tone Curve
- Sharpening an image
- Painting adjustments into an image
- Image cleanup
- Creative adjustments
- Duplicating adjustments
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
Evaluating images3m 26s
2. Develop Module Basics
3. Advanced Develop Module Adjustments
Sharpening an image6m 33s
4. Image Cleanup
5. Creative Adjustments
6. Duplicating Adjustments
7. Lightroom and Photoshop
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