About This Course

Adobe Lightroom Classic provides an extensive and powerful set of adjustments and tools that enable you to optimize the appearance of your photos.

In this course Tim Grey guides you through a workflow for optimizing photos using the Develop module (and more) in Lightroom. You'll learn about concepts related to a Lightroom-based workflow for optimizing your photos, learn how the many adjustments work within Lightroom Classic and what the different settings mean, gain insights on how to choose specific adjustment settings, and more.

You'll learn how to apply basic adjustments for overall tone and color, how to clean blemishes and correct other distracting issues, discover techniques for applying targeted adjustments, and more.

In addition, you'll learn to go beyond the Develop module with options that include creating high dynamic range (HDR) images, assembling composite panoramas, merging HDR panoramas, and sending photos to Adobe Photoshop. 

Along the way you'll gain a much better understanding of how to optimize your photos in Lightroom Classic, enabling you to realize your photographic vision with confidence.

Total Duration: 4 Hours and 54 Minutes

Course Curriculum

    1. Course Introduction

    2. Lesson 1: Workflow Overview

    3. Lesson 2: Evaluating Photos

    4. Lesson 3: Panning and Zooming

    5. Lesson 4: Referencing Another Photo

    6. Lesson 5: Seeing a Before and After View

    7. Lesson 6: Undo and History

    8. Lesson 7: Resetting Adjustments

    9. Lesson 8: History Snapshots

    10. Lesson 9: Working with Virtual Copies

    11. Lesson 10: Understanding the Process Version

    12. Lesson 11: Camera Calibration Settings

    13. Lesson 12: Using Enhance Details

    1. Lesson 1: Starting with a Develop Preset

    2. Lesson 2: Selecting a Profile

    3. Lesson 3: The Auto Tone Adjustment

    4. Lesson 4: Overall Tonal Adjustments

    5. Lesson 5: Working with the Histogram

    6. Lesson 6: White Balance Adjustment

    7. Lesson 7: Adjusting Color with Vibrance and Saturation

    8. Lesson 8: Texture, Clarity, and Dehaze

    9. Lesson 9: Fine-Tuning with the Tone Curve

    10. Lesson 10: Adjusting Color with the Tone Curve

    11. Lesson 11: Refining Individual Colors

    12. Lesson 12: Adjusting Color by Tonal Range

    1. Lesson 1: Rotating in 90-Degree Increments

    2. Lesson 2: Cropping and Straightening Photos

    3. Lesson 3: Reducing Haze with Dehaze

    4. Lesson 4: Applying Noise Reduction

    5. Lesson 5: Removing Chromatic Aberrations

    6. Lesson 6: Profile-Based Lens Corrections

    7. Lesson 7: Correcting Perspective with Transform

    8. Lesson 8: Guided Edit for Perspective Alignment

    9. Lesson 9: Removing Red Eye and Pet Eye

    10. Lesson 10: Cleaning Up Blemishes

    11. Lesson 11: Sharpening a Photo

    1. Lesson 1: Converting to Black and White

    2. Lesson 2: Color Tint and Split Toning

    3. Lesson 3: Adding a Vignette Effect

    4. Lesson 4: Adding Film Grain

    1. Lesson 1: Configuring the Mask Overlay Display

    2. Lesson 2: Graduated Adjustment

    3. Lesson 3: Applying a Radial Adjustment

    4. Lesson 4: Painting a Targeted Adjustment

    5. Lesson 5: Adding Multiple Edit Masks

    6. Lesson 6: Advanced Mask Control

    7. Lesson 7: Range Masking by Tonality

    8. Lesson 8: Range Masking by Color

    9. Lesson 9: Range Masking with a Depth Map

    10. Lesson 10: Presets for Targeted Adjustments

    1. Lesson 1: Relative Adjustments with Quick Develop

    2. Lesson 2: Creating a Develop Preset

    3. Lesson 3: Applying Presets to Multiple Photos

    4. Lesson 4: Duplicating the Prior Adjustment

    5. Lesson 5: Copying and Pasting Adjustments

    6. Lesson 6: Synchronizing Develop Settings

    7. Lesson 7: Auto-Sync for Adjustments

About this course

  • $39.00
  • 74 lessons
  • 5 hours of video content

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