In this tutorial we look how to use brushes to make selective changes to brightness and darkness in particular areas of an image to make your subject stand out. We’ll do this through a combination of exposure, highlight, contrast, and clarity brushes.
In this tutorial we look at the power of the luminance slider in Adobe Lightroom for making selective colour adjustments, which can be used for a multitude of purposes – for example, recovering over-exposed areas of an image, or to make areas in photos “pop.
In this tutorial we’ll walk you through one of our favourite ways to process black and white images in Adobe Lightroom 4 and 5 – using color channels to make your black and white images pop. We’ll also look at using the clarity slider, shadows, and sharpening to come up with a black and white “feel” that you can use again and again by creating a preset.