Gradual Edit with the Graduated filter Lightroom 5


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Gradual editing with the Graduated filter

The Graduated Filter tool in the toolbar here in Lightroom's Develop panel, offers yet another way to apply an effect or a combination of effects to just isolated areas of a photo. Here for example, I'd like to brighten up the buildings without blowing out the sky. And I think I can accomplish that with a couple of Graduated filters, which apply effects in a graduated falloff pattern. I'll click on the Graduated Filter tool in the toolbar under the histogram, and that opens the Graduated Filter panel. If you've been following along, you may recognize the controls in the effects section of this panel. They're the same as the controls in the Adjustment brush and the Radial filter. I usually start here by double-clicking the effect label to set the persistent settings back to their defaults.

And just so you can see what the Graduated filter does, I'm going to take the Exposure slider and drag it way over to the left. And then, I'll come into the ima...

Gradual editing with the Graduated filter
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Gradual editing with the Graduated filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Lightroom 5

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