- [Instructor] All right,…well, here we are in Lightroom,…and now what I want to do…is share with you these photographs from this photoshoot.…First let me scroll,…so that you can get a sense…of the different photographs we have.…We have about 50 here.…And the first few show the setup.…So let me double-click one of those…and press f to go to full screen mode.…Now, this definitely was one of those situations…where I am trying my best…to make the most with the situation at hand.…Here you can see our talent,…our subject, Isabel Lucas, sitting on some old buckets.…
She's sitting in front…of an old trailer, I had taped up some fabric here,…this, the fabric that was dyed in indigo.…And then her friend is holding a sheet of foamcore above,…because it's just about noon…and the sun and the light's really harsh.…And so in these first photographs,…you can see that the light here looks really beautiful.…The environment isn't great,…but I captured these to be able to show the environment.…I'm capturing some images…because I'm looking either for inbetween moments…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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