Make precise local corrections Lightroom and Photoshop


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Making precise local corrections

One reason to take a photo that you're managing in Lightroom from Lightroom to Photoshop is that Photoshop offers more precise masking and selection features that allow you to target your adjustments with more control than you can get in Lightroom. I don't take every photo to Photoshop for that reason. Lightroom does have some local adjustment features. The Adjustment Brush, the Graduated Filter tool, and some targeted adjustment tools. However, there are just some images that need the additional precision you can get with Photoshop's multitude of selection tools, and its mask and selection refinement features.

Here, for example, I want to adjust the color of the subject but not the background. I could try to do that in Lightroom with the Adjustment Brush tool, maybe using the Temperature and Tint sliders with this tool. But I'm just not going to get as precise a mask here in Lightroom as I could get in Photoshop. So I'm going to take this image over to Photoshop. I&...

Making precise local corrections
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Making precise local corrections provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together

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