Lightroom has a really cool filter to get some enhanced lighting on certain areas of your photos. By using the Radial filter, you can make it look like light is hitting parts of your photo and really draw attention to the areas you want.
Adding Artificial Lighting in Lightroom
May 18, 2016 | Lightroom, Tutorial, Videos | 7 comments
Is there a complementary method in ON1?
Hi John. Yes, ON1 has very similar tools with the Masking Bug / Gradient tool to get a similar effect.
Great Tip, I’ve used it before but I actually forgot about it since I use PS more, But It’s always nice to be re-educated. It’s amazing how much we can do with PS & LR. I don’t think I will ever know ALL of the things it can do.
Thanks Matt, you’re a good teach !!!
As usual, a great, and concise presentation. I very much like the note you made to align the lightening with the existing image’s lighting. This keeps things from looking artificial. Thanks again.
Thank you for all these get tips
Very cool tip, love it!
Great Tip. I don’t need flash.