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Ted’s Lightroom Tips: LIGHTROOM COLOR GRADING

Create Golden Hour Effectusing Lightroom Color Grading 

One Minute Lightroom Tip.

Lightroom Color Grading is an excellent tool for creating cinematic effects. It also provides a wide range of colour adjustments.

In this video, I show you how to create a Golden Hour effect in a photo using Lightroom Color Grading and Photoshop SKY REPLACEMENT.

1- Open an image in Lightroom Develop and apply all global adjustments as needed.

2- Go to “COLOR GRADING” and adjust Midtones, Shadows, and Highlights to your liking.

3- Right-click on the image and select “EDIT IN PHOTOSHOP.” 

4- In Photoshop, go to EDIT and select the “SKY REPLACEMENT.” Then pick up sunset sky, then click OK and save the image. 

6- That is all there is to it!

Lightroom Color Grading is a powerful tool. Give it a try and let me know.

Lightroom Color Grading

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