How to Retouch a Portrait of a Lion – Weekly Lightroom 4 Edit

Lightroom December 3rd 2012 2:05 PM 3 Comments


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In this week’s Lightroom 4 Edit, we have a wonderful portrait… of a lion. While my brother-from-another-mother Eric was out on a little honeymoon safari, he managed to snap this photo. While it isn’t perfect, there are a lot of things that we can do to make it better. And that is why we are here in the first place, right?

So, in this video, we are going to walk through a portrait retouch… of a lion. Enjoy ;)

Before and After Images


Vivid Touched Up Image

Vivid Touched Up Black and White Image

Watch the Video Tutorial

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