Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Graduated Filter Brush to improve a landscape, part of Lightroom: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates.
- In the next two movies, we'll take a look at…a new feature associated with the Graduated Filter.…This new feature is a brush which allows us to…further customize our Graduated Filter adjustments.…All right, well here I wanna begin with a simple example.…This is a landscape photograph that I captured in Big Sur,…and what I wanna do is darken and change…the color of the sky.…To make an adjustment to a large area of a photograph…like that, the Graduated Filter is the perfect tool.…So here we'll go ahead and select the Graduated Filter…by clicking on it in the tool strip…or by pressing the M key.…
You can see our settings below.…In order to see all of those,…I'm gonna close or collapse the Histogram.…What I want you to do, is to click on your…Effect pull-down menu and choose Exposure.…That won't reset all of your other sliders…and just give you a value for exposure.…Then bring your exposure way down…and let's also exaggerate our temperature as well.…These values will be too strong…but they'll work well for the demo.…
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 02/05/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new movie, "Boundary Warp for better pano photos."
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