Using the Targeted Adjustment tool


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Using the Targeted Adjustment tool

Here I want to take a look at how we can make targeted adjustments by using the Targeted Adjustment tool with our Tone Curve, our HSL panel, and also our Black & White panel. In order to work with this tool, we're going to use a keyboard shortcut combination, which is going to be very similar, except for one letter. To work with the Targeted Adjustment tool with the Tone Curve, we'll press Shift+Option+Command+T on a Mac, or Shift+Alt+Control+T on Windows. To work with Hue/Saturation, we'll use Shift+Option+Command+H on a Mac, or Shift+Alt+Control+H. In other words, these shortcuts will always begin with those first three keys: Shift+Option+Command, or Shift+Alt+Control; the only difference will be that final letter.

Well, now that we know that, let's take a look at how we can use this tool in real life; in action. Well, here with this photograph I'm going to press the J key in order to turn on my clipping indicator. In doing that, I can see that I have some loss o...

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

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