Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Reset, History, and Snapshots, part of Lightroom 5: 02 Optimizing Your Photos.
…I think it's worth keeping in mind that Lightroom provides…a completely non-destructive way for you to work with your images.…And that non-destructive behavior certainly extends to the develop module.…Every single adjustment you apply is non-destructive.…Meaning that you are not altering the original pixel values in your images.…At all, you're simply recording information about how…you want the appearance of your images changed.…So that Lightroom will reflect that in the preview of the image and…in the images that you might export or share in a variety of ways.…
But you're original remains untouched.…Because of this behavior, there are a variety of ways that we…can take a step backward if we want to undo a particular task.…Or to have various versions of our image while we're working.…Let's take a look at some of these capabilities.…I'll go ahead and start by applying an exaggerated adjustment to the image.…I'll just apply a very strong color shift, for example.…And of course, if I had somehow applied this adjustment to the image.…
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- Evaluating images
- Adjusting white balance
- Working with Clarity
- Fine-tuning with the Tone Curve
- Painting adjustments into an image
- Applying noise reduction
- Correcting perspective
- Converting to black and white
- Duplicating adjustments
- Stitching panoramas
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Develop Module Basics
3. Advanced Develop Module Adjustments
4. Image Cleanup
5. Creative Adjustments
6. Duplicating Adjustments
7. Lightroom and Photoshop
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