Hey everyone! This week I have a full start to finish edit for you of a seascape photo I took a while back. It all starts in Lightroom Classic, and most of the work is done there. But I do jump to Photoshop at the end for a quick adjustment too. Enjoy!
Seascape Start to Finish Edit in Lightroom
Sep 17, 2020 | Lightroom, Photoshop, Sony, Tutorials | 18 comments
Wow, that was great. Thank you.
Fabulous video.Watched it twice not to miss any part.
Which beach in Southern California did you take this pic? First I thought it was Rodeo Beach, but that is in Northern Cal.
Hi. To be honest, I totally forget. I think it may have been Corona Del Mar though.
Wonderful tutorial Matt. I did not know about using the lasso tool and content aware fill to replace an unwanted portion of the photo.
I learn something new every time. Thank you for another great tutorial.
I wish I could just take a “student” loan and buy everything you got in your store, go to your workshops, and just tell me how high to jump sir…… like always, thank you and cheers to you and yours.
As usual Matt clear and concise, with great results! Thanks for posting this to the general public.
Excellent session had not considered adjusting the light slide yo get the early morning light. Thanks
Thanks. Going to the Oregon coast in a few wks, can’t wait to try these ideas.
As always , excellent tutorial Matt
Even for someone that has been with CC for a lot of years now,
your tutorials always add new tricks
Very nice to see the implementation of the various tools and tool “subsets”. A daily pause that refreshes and stimulates the juices to go back and do some edits on previous photos. Great instruction and pace.
From what I would have considered a “throw away” image to a perfectly usable, printable, displayable photo. Nice!
Great tutorial! I’ve followed you for so long that I was able to just about know what you were going to do in each step! :-). Only think I might have done was to remove the rock in the lower right corner.
Take care and stay safe!
What’s funny is that it was on my “to-do” list as I was doing the tutorial and I just forgot 🙂
Thanks, Matt. Great tips.
Thanks, Matt. Great tips!
Please keep it up.