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Ted’s Lightroom Tips: LIGHTROOM PRECISE SHARPENING

Use Lightroom Masking for Precise Sharpening

Sharpening a photo needs lots of safeguards. You don’t want to overdo and apply too much sharpening. On the other note, you may want to use the sharpness on specific parts of an image. For instance, you may want to sharpen the eyes, eyebrows and lips in a portrait without enhancing the skin details.

1 MINUTE LIGHTROOM TIP

Lightroom Sharpening Mask makes it possible to visualize and control the sharpen areas. Here is how:

 

  • Open the picture in Develop Module.
  • Go to the DETAIL tab, and start adjusting the sharpness, detail and radius to your liking.
  • Hold down the OPTION/ALT key while clicking on the MASKING slider. The whole image turns to white, which indicates that the sharpness applies to the entire picture.
  • Moving the masking slider, part of the image turns black, which means the black part of the photo does not get any sharpness.
  • There you have it! Adjust the slider to keep the white mask on the areas that you want to sharpen

Lightroom Precise Sharpening Tool

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Ted’s Lightroom Tips: LIGHTROOM SELECT SUBJECT MASK

1 MINUTE LIGHTROOM TIP

Lightroom Select Subject Tool

There are times that you have a beautiful photo, but the subject is either too dark or too bright!

Don’t panic. Lightroom’s new Masking tool allows you to fix the issue. In this video, I show you how to do it.

I wanted to use a photo, but the model was quite dark due to backlighting. So, I decided to fix it in Lightroom.

I didn’t want to brighten the entire image, resulting in clipping highlights in the background. Therefore, Masking was the best choice.

  • Open the picture in the Lightroom Develop module.
  • Select the MASK tool.
  • From the drop-down menu, click on SELECT SUBJECT.
  •  When Lightroom finishes the selection, adjust the exposure and edit the rest to your liking.
  • Close the Mask tool, and that is it!

Lightroom Masking Tool

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Ted’s Lightroom Tips: LIGHTROOM TRANSFORM

Adjust Perspective Distortion Using Lightroom Transform Tool

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All lenses, especially wide-angle lenses, create perspective distortions. In Real estate Photography or Landscape Photography, distortions can be disturbing. Lightroom Transform tool can fix these flaws with just one click. 

In this article, I look into the Transform tool, correct the Upright Perspective automatically, and fine-tweak it manually.  

Lightroom Transform Tool

Lightroom Transform
In real estate photography, correct perspective is crucial. Thanks to the Lightroom Transform tool, Photographers can make the corrections easily.

Where is the Lightroom Transform Tool?

You find the Lightroom Transform tool in the Develop module under the Transform tab.

1- Open the image in Lightroom Develop Module.
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2- Do your regular editing such as Cropping, Basic, etc.
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3- Click on the Transform tab, and then click on AUTO. Lightroom automatically calculates the perspective of the image and applies the correction.

Lightroom Transform Tool

Lightroom Transform Tool

Here are the before and after images using the Auto.

Lightroom Transform Tool

Lightroom Transform Tool
Distorted image due to wide-angle lens

Lightroom Transform Tool

Lightroom Transform tool
One click on Auto in Transform tab, and Lightroom corrected the distortion!

Of course, it is just a quick fix. Lightroom Transform tool offers more; you can manually adjust the perspective using available sliders and fine-tweak pictures to your liking.

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Ted’s Editing Tips: Renaming Photos in Lightroom

Renaming Photos in Lightroom Tips

Renaming photos in Lightroom is another great way to organize your pictures.

One of the searchable criteria in Lightroom is the Text-based search. The searchable texts are Keywords and File Names. 

I recommend adding keywords to all the images. However, it is sometimes hard to do, especially when there are many pictures without keywords.

Therefore, Renaming photos in Lightroom makes it easier to search for images.   

Renaming Photos in Lightroom

renaming photos in Lightroom
By renaming this photo in Lightroom, I can search for this image easily.

Two Ways for Renaming Photos in Lightroom:

The camera-generated file name is useless to me. I’d instead prefer to have meaningful file names.

DISCLAIMER: When you rename photos in Lightroom, Lightroom changes the file names wherever they are stored. 

 Now, let’s look into renaming photos:

Method 1: You can rename photos while importing them to Lightroom. It is pretty straightforward. However, it would be best if you remembered to rename the new files every time you import a new batch.

What if You Already Have a Bunch of Images that You Want to Rename?

Method 2: This method is excellent if you already have many photos in Lightroom with camera-generated names.

Adobe made it very easy to rename photos in Lightroom. 1- Select images that you want to rename.

2- Click the LIBRARY on the top menu bar.

Renaming Photos in Lightroom

renaming photos in Lightroom
A straightforward method for renaming photos in Lightroom

3- Select the “Rename Photo…” from the drop-down menu.  

4- Select the custom text, and type the new name for photos.

Good job. You renamed photos to something more meaningful than a camera-generated file name!

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Ted’s Editing Tips: Lightroom Portrait Retouching Tip

Easy Lightroom Portrait Retouching Tip

Lightroom has many powerful tools for all sorts of editing. Lightroom Portrait Retouching Tip covers a few of them.

Using Lightroom for Portrait Retouching

Most photographers prefer Photoshop for portrait editing. However, Lightroom provides pretty good tools for doing a quick portrait retouching. Here is a tip for quick Lightroom Portrait Retouching:

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1- Lightroom has the Global and Local Adjustments. For Portrait retouching, I use the Global adjustments to fix the issues for the entire image.

Lightroom Global Adjustments

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
Lightroom Global adjustments fix the entire image.

2- To remove large skin blemishes, I use the Lightroom Healing tool.

Lightroom Healing Brush

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
To smooth the large skin blemishes, I used Lightroom Healing tool.

3- The Lightroom Brush is a fabulous tool to apply the adjustments locally to the picture’s selected parts. I use the brush tool and the “SKIN SOFTENING” preset to soften the skin.

Lightroom Brush Presets

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
Lightroom Brush has many useful presets.

4- Using the “TEETH WHITENING” preset allows me to remove colours from the teeth.
5- I use the “IRIS ENHANCE” preset to sharpen and whiten the eyes.
6- I usually use two new brushes to apply SHARPNESS and SATURATION to the mouth.

Final Result

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
A few simple steps to apply Lightroom Portrait Retouching.

Final Result Zoomed

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
The result of using Lightroom Portrait Retouching Tip.

7- Finally, I use the EFFECTS tab to add a subtle VIGNETTE to the photo.

Final Result

Lightroom Portrait Retouching
Dropping the shoulders creates a relaxing mode.

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Ted’s Editing Tips: Lightroom User Presets

Easy Steps To Create Lightroom User Presets

In a previous article, I covered Lightroom Presets and how they can speed up our post-processing. This tutorial will show you easy steps to create Lightroom User Presets according to your taste or photography style.

What is Lightroom Preset?

Presets are certain adjustments that will be applied to pictures by clicking only one button. Lightroom is shipped with lots of default Presets, but you may or may not like all of them. Or want to tweak them to match your style.

There are tons of third-party presets available, some even free, that you can install and use, but in most cases, they do not represent your photography or branding style.

So get ready to create your very first Lightroom User Preset!

Creating a Lightroom User Presets for Instagram

For this Thursday’s Ted’s Editing Tips, I look into making a Lightroom User Preset.

Let’s get started by creating a Lightroom Preset for Instagram, and I want to call it “Morning Glow”!

In Lightroom, go to Develop module and start editing one photo. For instance, I cropped the image to 1X1, adjusted the Highlights and Shadows, increased the Whites to represent the brightness and contrast of a Summer Morning.

Morning Glow Preset

Creating Lightroom User Preset
I created a Lightroom user preset, and called it "Morning Glow."

When you are happy with the result, go to the PRESET panel, and click the (+) to create a preset with these settings.

In the next window, check the adjustment that you want to save, and save the preset. All done!

Now that you created the preset, it is effortless to apply a consistent look to all the images you want to just by one click.

Creating Lightroom User Preset

Lightroom User Preset
Select the adjustments that you want to save as a User preset.

Lightroom User Preset Comparison

Lightroom User Presets
Creating Lightroom User Preset is easy, and it can speed up post-processing time.

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Lightroom Hotkeys

Another Lightroom Hotkeys

The list of Lightroom Hotkeys is pages long. Therefore, Selecting popular shortcuts is not an easy task. Previously, I introduced a few of them, which I found more photographers can learn and use. Here is another one for this Thursday Editing Tip.

Lightroom Hotkey for Editing in Photoshop.

Lightroom can handle many editing tasks. However, there are many limitations in Lightroom that Photoshop does not have them. Therefore, Photographers always go back and forth between Lightroom and Photoshop to finalize their projects.  

If you use Lightroom and Photoshop for your editing projects, then you will love the next Hotkey.

When you want to send a photo from Lightroom to Photoshop, press the COMMAND + E (in Mac) or CONTROL + E (in Windows) to open it in Photoshop.  

Even when you have selected multiple images in Lightroom, they all open in Photoshop by using this shortcut.

This shortcut is a simple yet effective time-saving Lightroom Hotkey.

 

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Spooky Lightroom Techniques

Create Spooky Photos Using Lightroom Techniques

Hey folks! I have been quiet for quite some time and haven’t written any posts. It was hectic here for a couple of weeks, and I have some amazing news to share with you shortly. For now, as we get closer to Halloween, I have decided to post simple Lightroom techniques that you can use for Halloween images.

Lightroom techniques are for making corrections and adding some odd effects to photos if you wish to do so. In this article, I will use the Lightroom Split Toning technique to create a Spooky Photo for this Halloween. Keep reading, and stay tuned for good news!

Let's Get Really Spooky Using Lightroom Techniques!

Lightroom is the best photo organizer and one of the most powerful editing software in the market. You can organize digital pictures and almost all of the image corrections in one single program. This feature makes Lightroom a unique program. All of the Lightroom editing tools are located inside the Develop module, and Lightroom has many hidden gems as well, and Split Toning is one of them.

What is the Split Toning?

Split Toning is one of those Advanced Lightroom Techniques. In short, Split Toning allows you to assign different colour tones to Highlights and Shadows. This unique Lightroom technique can be used to remove the colour cast from highlights and or shadows. I used the Split Toning to add the different colours to highlights and shadows to this image. This little adjustment changed the whole photograph from boring to amazing!

Original Photo

Lightroom Techniques
This is the original photo.

Lightroom Techniques (Split Toning)

Lightroom Techniques
Using Lightroom Split Toning tool to create Spooky Photos. This photo is not boring anymore!

Using Split Toning Step By Step

Here is an example of how I use Split Toning to add spooky colours to a photo.

1- I opened the photo in Lightroom and apply the basic Lightroom Techniques to make the improvement.

Original Photo

This is the original photo.
This is the original photo.

Edited Photo

The little editing helped the picture.  I adjusted the contrast, Saturation, and added a little Dehaze.
The little editing helped the picture. I adjusted the contrast, Saturation, and added a little Dehaze.

Then I opened the Split Toning tab and added dark Blue colour for Shadows and Light Orange colour for Highlights. Then I used the Balance Slider to mask how far the colours should apply. Here is the result and screenshots:

Lightroom Techniques (Split Toning)

Lightroom Techniques
In this screenshot you can see how I added different colour tones to highlights and shadows

Here is the final job. Very easy and simple Lightroom Techniques for creative photographers.

Final Image

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Let's Get Really Spooky Using Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques!

For the best result, it is better to use Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques together to create a more realistic image. In the image below, I used mixed Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques. I used Basic edit and Split Toning in Lightroom and then used several layers and adjustment layers in Photoshop. Let me know if you want me to post the step by step tutorial about these techniques.

Mixed Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques

A mixed Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques to create Spooky Photo
A mixed Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques to create Spooky Photo

I hope you enjoy using Lightroom Split Toning tool as much as I do.

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