Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Virtual copies, part of Lightroom Classic CC: Working Faster.
- [Instructor] Virtual copies are one of the most…powerful, wonderful features in lightroom.…I use them all the time.…And so here I want to show you a little bit of a workflow…which integrates creating virtual copies into that workflow…and I want to show you how we can create those very quickly.…Alright, well here I have a portrait of a friend Atara…and you can see that I've customized it.…You can see I have this little bit of look…and what I want to do is try out a different look.…But rather than wrecking all that I've done here.…What I'm going to do is create a virtual copy to do that.…
And to create a virtual copy, like you can see down here,…you just press command apostrophe on a Mac.…CTRL apostrophe on Windows.…There's a virtual copy.…Now tap the "V" key to go to black and white.…I'ma turn off my split toning for a moment…and my tone curve 'cause you can see how that was…affecting the color.…And I'm going to say, "Hey, I want this to be brighter,…have more contrast, more clarity,…maybe a little bit of dehaze".…
- Importing with Develop presets
- Customizing the interface
- Choosing modules and panels
- Processing your photos
- Batch processing multiple images
- Tips for enhancing your workflow
- Creating folders and collections
- Cleaning up and exporting presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Import and More
2. Preferences, Viewing, and Navigation
3. Processing Your Photos
4. Workflow Tips
5. Advanced Essentials
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