Example of using the Graduated Filter Enough of the theory. Let’s look at some practical examples on how to use and adjust the Graduated Filter Tool. The following is the photo we are going to adjust now. Filter Placement Since the eye is drawn to a picture’s bright areas, you will be looking predominantly at the sky instead of the village, even though the river offers a nice leading line. To correct that, we will be adding a Graduated Filter
Adobe ® Lightroom’s Develop Module explained
In the following articles of this series, we explore the Develop Module of Lightroom, while post-processing a photo. Most of the time one article explores one sub-panel in detail to discover its potential.
This post was updated on January 16th, 2021Grid Overlay Settings You may already have noticed that, once you access the Crop Overlay Tool, your image not only gets a frame overlay with handles but a Grid Overlay too. Of course, this only happens if you do not deactivate your Grid in the first place. In the following paragraphs we will look into how to customize this Overlay in different ways. How to enable/disable the Grid Overlay In the bottom left
This post was updated on June 25th, 2020Export Settings These settings are only available if you are using no or one preset for the export. As soon as you check one of the preset checkboxes the Export Settings will be greyed out. You will no longer be able to make adjustments to them unless you uncheck the checkbox first. To select a single preset and make adjustments to the settings of your export, you have to click on the name