Changing Colours in Lightroom Using New Hue
Previously, I showed how to Change Colours in Photoshop. For this Thursday Editing Tip, I cover how to change colours in Lightroom using the new Local Hue Adjustment tool.
Adobe Lightroom Classic newly added a Hue adjustment to the local adjustment tools (Brush, Gradient, and Radial Filters.) Many new users may not be aware of the power of this new feature, so I decided to discuss it in this article.
Let’s get started Changing Colours in Lightroom.
- Select the photo and go to Develop Modul.
- Select the BRUSH tool
Changing Colours in Lightroom Using Brush Tool
- Make sure to check and activate the AUTO MASK box. The Auto Mask makes the selection nice and tidy.
- Start brushing the areas that you want to change the colours.
- A Quick Tip: Check the “Show Selected Mask Overlay.” This option helps you to see the exact brushed areas.
- After finishing brushing, remember to deactivate the Mask Overlay.
- Then go to HUE slider and start changing colours to your liking.
- You can use more than one brush to apply different colour hues to areas.
That is all done! Enjoy this quick tip.
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