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How to Color Correct Flares and Overexposures in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to teach you how to deal with flares as well as overexposures in regards to basic color correction. We are going to be working through two examples looking to improve contrast, sharpness, as well as correcting and smoothing our highlights.
How to Color Correct High ISO Images in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to work through two example images showing you what we typically do with high ISO images in regards to color correction, noise reduction, and sharpening.
How to Color Correct Images Under Tungsten Lighting in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to work through 3 example images that were shot under tungsten lighting. I believe these images should have had flashes that were correctly balanced, but even so, the white balances are way off. So, we are going to spend a bit of time working to match the white balancing and then evening out overall tones, highlights, and saturation.
How to Color Correct Landscape Images in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to post produce 4 landscape images. Once again, we are going to focus on just getting our colors as close as possible to an accurate representation of what was actually in that scene. We will be using some new Brush and Graduated Filter techniques in this tutorial to create extra detail as well as to dodge and burn in certain areas of the image.
How to Color Correct Environmental Portraits in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to color correct 4 example environmental portraits. In this tutorial, we are going to focus on displaying an accurate color representation of each scene. In later tutorials, we will revisit these images and work on doing artistic corrections.
How to Color Correct Portraits and Skin Tones in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to focus on techniques to color correct portraits. The main priority when correcting portrait images is really nailing the correct skin tones of your subject. So, we will be teaching you various techniques on adjusting temperature and tint, smoothing highlights and details, and more in order to get our skin tones looking nice and natural.
Our 5 General Rules of Color Calibration in Lightroom 3
We have 5 basic rules for our employees, as well as everyone we teach in regards to color correction. In this Lightroom video tutorial, we will be going over each of these rules in detail.
Introduction and Resetting the Catalog to Default in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we will be discussing this plan going forward, as well as prepare our catalog for developing. This means that we are going to restore the catalog to defaults, and then re-keyword all of our images based on what types of tutorials they will be used for.
On Location Backup and Storage – Epson P-6000 – Equipment Must Haves
For those of you that are shooting professionally, it is absolutely imperative that you are backing up your images on site. There are simply too many things that could potentially happen on your way back to your editing workstation. So, we are going to talk about the Epson P-6000 storage device, a photographer must-have!
Post Crop Vignetting and Grain Effects in Lightroom 3
In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to be going over all of the different Post Crop Vignetting controls as well as the Grain controls available in Lightroom 3’s new Effects Panel.
Learning the Film Strip and Dual Monitor Settings in Lightroom 3
in this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to be reviewing the Lightroom Film Strip in complete detail. We will be covering Lightroom’s dual monitor settings, view modes, the Film Strip’s basic filtering system, and much more. It should serve to be quite a useful video, and I am sure we will cover some information that many of you may not yet know.