Using the Graduated Filter


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Using the Graduated Filter

The last tool that we're going to highlight here in the tool strip is the Graduated Filter. We can select a Graduated Filter by pressing the M key. Once we've opened the Graduated Filter, you'll notice that you have the ability to bring in different effects, whether color, or temperature, or work with Exposure, etcetera. Then if we scroll down, we can also add a little bit of color as well. Well, here what I want to do is I want to darken the sky. So I'll go ahead and click and drag my Exposure slider down, and then I'll click and drag across this part of the image.

Well, in doing that, I've realized that I've gone too far. Well, how can we change that? We could change this either by clicking on this pin, and dragging it to move it up a little bit, or we could use this slider to change the overall value here, or you can use a really handy shortcut. The shortcut that I like to use is to press Option on the Mac, Alt on Windows, and then hover over this little pin. W...

Using the Graduated Filter
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Using the Graduated Filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom Power Shortcuts

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Photography
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Lightroom
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