In Photography by Matt KFebruary 6, 201713 Comments
Here’s a quick tip that shows you how to amp up a boring sky using Lightroom.
Another great tip- thanks Matt!
Very cool. Shows how versatile Lightroom can be. Thank you Matt
Thanks for the tip, Matt. I am guilty of using the highlights slider ( could I possibly have learned it from you on other videos back in the day )? I love these short videos. They don’t take long to watch but there’s so much information. Thanks again.
My comment about learning to use the slider from you was “tongue in cheek”. I added a smiley so that you knew I was kidding, but it didn’t show once I submitted the comment.
Thanks for the video Matt. I enjoy reading your blog.
I see people pull back the highlights 100% and pull up the shadows 100% all the time. That is going to result in color shifts and other artifacts. A better approach is to blend in a darker exposure using luminosity masks in Photoshop. You’ll get much better results.
Thanks for a great tip Matt!!!
as usual, .another excellent tip from you. your batting a 100%
I would really enjoy doing some 1 to 1 or small group training with you. I am a pro who does work for Vineyard and Wine Industry publications. I do not see on your site that you are still doing this type of training.
Great tip for using the shadow slider. I used to use the brush. Now the shadows slider is the thing!
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Thanks for letting us profit by your expercience, Matt!
Thanks Matt. Great tip. Does this work better for Raw pics compared
to jpegs ?
Hey Colin. Thanks. Yes, your raw photos would have some more wiggle room when it comes to shadows and highlights. But try it on JPEGs too. It works on anything. Just may work better on some.