Join Julieanne Kost to discover how to make the most of your image in Lightroom. Then see how to move to Photoshop for more complex retouching and black and white conversions. This video is part of Lightroom & Photoshop Workflows: Start-to-Finish Studies.
- [Instructor] In this next example,…things are going to get a little bit more complex.…Specifically, I want to remove all…of the small distracting debris…in the foreground of this image,…which is going to be a bit much for Lightroom,…so we're definitely going to need…to open the image in Photoshop,…so that we can take advantage of Photoshop's…superior retouching tools, like the Patch tool…and the Clone Stamp tool and the Healing brush.…In addition, I'm not sure if I'm going to want…the final image to be in color or black and white,…but I know that I don't want to retouch the image twice.…
So I'm going to keep it in color as long as possible.…All right, we're in Lightroom, I'm in the Develop module.…The first thing I want to do with this image…is crop it, so I'll tap the R key.…And I just want to crop maybe a little bit…off the right-hand side there,…maybe center that a little bit better.…All right, I'll tap Return or Enter in order to apply that.…And then I want to tone it.…And let's see what auto tone will do.…
- 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