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
Adjustment Tool Overlays Adobe ® Lightroom offers some customizations regarding the Overlays and Edit Pins for the Local Adjustment Tools. These Overlays and Pins are only visible if you have opened the appropriate Adjustment Tool. For example, suppose you have opened the Radial Filter. In that case, you will only see the Overlay for the active Radial Filter and the Pins for these types of Filters, but not for existing Graduated Filters. Overlay Adjustments You can enable/disable the Overlay by
This post was updated on March 14th, 2021The Spot Removal Tool What kind of spots can the tool address? The Spot Removal Tool helps you to remove dust spots, skin blemishes. However, you can also use it to remove distractions like power lines, highlights, or distant figures. In my experience, in about 90% of all cases, it is a reliable tool. However, occasionally, I still have to open the image in Adobe ® Photoshop to remove some resisting spots. In
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.