This post was updated on September 3rd, 2020The Transform Panel in Adobe ® Lightroom As you can see in the next figure, the Transform Panel has two sections. The Upright section with six buttons and the Transform section with seven sliders and a checkbox to constrain the crop. The Update tool in the upper right corner and the Constrain Crop checkbox in the bottom work independently from the section in which you find them located. It is possible to use
This post was updated on June 25th, 2020The Detail Panel The Detail Panel has three sections. The first is a 1:1 preview of your image, with a little targeting tool in the upper left corner. By clicking and dragging the preview around, you can show a specific area of your image. However, if you are in one corner of your photo and want to move to the other end, the little targeting tool might be faster. You click on the
This post was updated on January 20th, 2020What is Split Toning? Split Toning is a creative technique that injects a specific color into the highlights or the shadows of an image. Duo Toning, on the other hand, injects color into both the highlights and the shadows. A generic term that covers both Split and Duo Toning is Print Toning, by the way. These techniques can be used to create for example Sepia images out of Black and White photos, but
Adobe ® Lightroom’s Develop Module explained
Last month we had a look at the Color Channels in Tone curves in Adobe ® Lightroom’s Develop Module. Now it is time to head on and explore the HSL/Color Panel in depth. First, we review what HSL means and what we can do with it as opposed to what we can do with the Color side of things. Later we examine what happens if we don’t use a color image but a monochrome.