Join Julieanne Kost to discover how to get the most out of your photographs using a more traditional photography workflow for toning and editing images in Lightroom CC. This video is part of Lightroom & Photoshop Workflows: Start-to-Finish Studies.
- [Instructor] We're going to begin in Lightroom…with what I would consider to be…a more traditional photographic workflow.…In this example I'm going to use Lightroom to make the edits…that I need to make the image look the best that it can.…Now, of course that's subjective…but my point is that I want to make sure…that I take advantage of all of the different options…available in Lightroom's non-destructive…image editing environment…before I take the image into Photoshop…if we determine that it even needs additional editing.…So, I want to take advantage…of as much screen real estate as possible,…so I'm going to hide the module picker,…you can see I'm in the develop module…and then I'll just click on the triangle at the top here.…
I'm also going to hide the panel on the left…and the filmstrip at the bottom.…So, now I can see my image a lot larger.…I also want to put my panels into solo mode…so that when I click one to open it,…the other ones will close,…so I'll right click on any of the panel headers…and choose solo mode.…
- Selecting Lightroom or Photoshop to edit images
- Optimizing in Lightroom, and then proceeding to Photoshop
- Retouching to remove distracting elements
- Using multiple photographs to quickly replace unwanted elements
- Unifying multiple images using color and tone