In this video, learn how to use the graduated filter to change a part of an image.
around global image adjustments, … Now, what I want to talk about is graduated edits, … doing something to just part of the image deliberately. … This is really handy with photography, … Let's use this image here as an example. … Any image will work for this, … but something with a clear sky is often really helpful. … And just as a first step, … I'm going to hit Auto as I come in here, … maybe add some clarity. … And at this point, my feeling is that … the foreground, to me, … The background, I want to be sort of warm and saturated, … it's less important to me. … I don't want my adjustment to apply to the entire image. … So, what I'm going to do is, I'm going to come in here … First, I'm going to Shift + Click, … and the shift is just going to keep this line straight … as I pull it down. … And I'm going to pull it down a little further … I'll start with it right there. … I've got a couple sliders on here, … I'm going to zero those out. … And what I'm going to do so that you can see the effect …
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
- Adjusting photographs in Lightroom
- Using the Develop module
- Fixing white balance and temperature
- Applying HDR adjustments
- Sharpening images
- Making lens corrections
- Fixing perspective
- Retouching images using a brush
- Adjusting clarity and haze
- Applying graduated filters
- Culling photos in Lightroom
- Sharing images
- Using shortcuts in Lightroom
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Edit/Develop Module: Reviewing the Basics
2. The Edit/Develop Module: In Depth
HDR and post6m 24s
3. Edit/Develop Tools
4. Saving Time
5. Lightroom: Beyond the Desktop
6. Beyond Lightroom
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