In this Weekly Lightroom Edit, …I am going to sound like Bob Ross.
Mmk, let’s get serious. In this tutorial video we are going to get into some burning, dodging, and brushing in Lightroom 4 for a vibrant, contrasty and crisp photo that was captured using both bright sunlight and deep shade.
We will use the SLR Lounge Preset System for Lightroom 4 to do global corrections, local enhancements, and a quick cathlight enhancement. Of course if you don’t have the SLR Lounge Presets, you can still follow along visually!
This image is from a previous tutorial about how to tackle the use of bright sun and deep shade when shooting portraits in a natural light environment. To view that tutorial, visit: slrlounge.com/three-tips-for-better-natural-light-portraits-using-the-sun
The original, un-edited image:
The final image from Lightroom:
The final, edited image with minor Photoshop cloning:
Take care, and keep on clicking!
The Lightroom 4 Preset System
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