Join Julieanne Kost to discover how correct multiple images in Lightroom in order to seamlessly combine them in Photoshop and to replace unwanted or unnecessary elements in a scene. This video is part of Lightroom & Photoshop Workflows: Start-to-Finish Studies.
- [Instructor] So in this next example…I want to show you how easy it is…to replace elements in a scene,…especially if you take the opportunity…when you capture one element to then look around…and try to capture another element…that you want to seamly composite.…And by that I mean, when I was going along on the boat…and I saw this iceberg in the fog…I absolutely loved the iceberg,…but the foreground is just a little bit too cluttered…there in the water,…there's too many little pieces of ice.…So while I was still in the same lighten condition,…meaning a little bit later in the morning,…but there was still a lot of fog,…I took a second image and it was this image…and for whatever reason there wasn't nearly…as much ice in the water.…
I don't know if it was a temperature change or what,…but I knew that I could use this as my foreground…and I could combine that…and seamlessly composite it with this image.…So let's take a look at how we would do that.…I'm starting off in Lightroom,…I'm in the Develop module.…I want to start by going to the Lens Correction area,…
- 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