Synchronizing tonal adjustments with multiple images


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Synchronizing tonal adjustments with multiple images

In order to get to know how to work with the Tone Controls in the Basic panel, we have explored how we can work with one image at a time. But you and I know that the reality of it is that we work on one image, and then we apply those settings to other photographs that were captured in the same lighting situation. Like here, you can see I have this picture, and then I have others which were captured under the same light. Well, how can we work with the tone curve, or the Tone controls I should say, in order to process multiple images? Well here with this image, the first thing I want to do is just increase the Color Temperature just a little bit.

Now that I've done that, I am going to go through my Tone controls. Well my Exposure, it seems pretty good. I'm not quite sure, though, so I'm going to press the J key. This will turn on the clipping indicators, as we have seen before. Okay, so far so good. We have decent detail there. I'm going to increase my Contrast, which will also...

Synchronizing tonal adjustments with multiple images
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Synchronizing tonal adjustments with multiple images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 4 Essentials: 02 Enhancing Photos with the Develop Module

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