Join Julieanne Kost to discover how to make your image "pop" in Lightroom. Then use Photoshop to remove large, distracting elements that don’t reinforce the story that you’re trying to tell. This video is part of Lightroom & Photoshop Workflows: Start-to-Finish Studies.
- [Instructor] While I absolutely love this iceberg,…I know that we can make this image so much more impressive…by just making a few tonal adjustments in Lightroom…and then taking it to Photoshop to remove…the distracting elements, like these little triangles…here and here, and maybe some of this ice…and this mountain in the background.…So let's start in Lightroom.…I'm going to go to lens correction,…and let's remove that chromatic aberration…and enable the profile corrections…to remove that distortion.…Then, I'll tap the R key in order to crop this image.…
I don't actually want to crop it, but I want to rotate it.…Just seems a little bit…off, so I'm going to rotate it a little bit to the right there.…Little over one degree, and tap return or enter.…Now, let's start by…using the basic panel.…I'm going to click on auto so that Photoshop…will automatically set the black and white points…so that the values in the image extend…over the entire dynamic range…because if I undo that, we can see…that I underexpose the image,…
- 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