Using Lightroom Develop module to enhance your photographs

Earlier in the week we covered how to use the Graduated Filter in Lightroom to enhance your photos. It’s a really simple way to enhance your photos and lead the eye to a certain part of the photo. Using light and dark tones in certain parts of the image are a key to creating that perfect shot. And although you always want that spectacular light when you are shooting sometimes you have to deal with flat light and then enhance it in Lightroom or Photoshop later.

In this video below Juliane Kost from Adobe does a great job reviewing a few images and what she did in the develop module in Lightroom to enhance the photos. It’s all really simple tips that make a huge difference in the final photo and another great thing I love about her videos is she reviews the shortcuts as she works. Shortcuts can be so helpful in speeding up your post production, if you want a quick review of all of the shortcuts in Lightroom view our overview here, Lightroom Keyboard Shortcuts.

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Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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