Q: This picture was taken with my old camera gear, but I've never captured as good a pose. How can I perfect this shot? Color? Sharpening? <br> A: Color and Selective Sharpening will help, but you can create focus and punch with the help of a Vignette.Underwater,Photography,Tutorials,Lightroom,Photoshop,Adobe,Imaging,Training,Erin
Go Ask Erin - Creating Focus - Lightroom 5 Tutorial
Q: This picture was taken with my old camera gear, but I've never captured as good a pose. How can I perfect this shot? Color? Sharpening?A: Color and Selective Sharpening will help, but you can create focus and punch with the help of a Vignette. The human eye is drawn to contrast before color, and to light areas before dark ones. Adding a vignette that darkens the edges of the frame can help to create focus and draw the viewer's eye right smack to the subject. Besides the basic Post-Crop Vignette slider, Lightroom provides us with a bunch of bitchin tools with which to build custom vignettes. Don't get carried away though - I've seen plenty of otherwise lovely images ruined by heavy-handed vignetting. The effect should manifest at a nearly subconscious level, or it will create distraction instead of focus. Topics covered include: Custom vignettes using the graduated filter and new radial filter. (Runtime: 7 minutes, 23 seconds)Watch the Quick Fix VideoSoftware Covered in this Video:Topic Time Codes(00:56) White Balance(01:27) Tonal Adjustments(02:01) Clipping Previews(02:30) Detail Panel(02:49) Color Noise Reduction(03:03) Luminance Noise Reduction(03:45) Selective Sharpening(05:20) Masking Sharpening(06:27) Spot Removal Tool(06:53) Spot Removal Time Lapse(07:24) Post-Crop VignetteView Before and After of the Image Click Here to Begin!GoAskErin, is a feature brought to you by Backscatter - Underwater Photo and Video. Erin Quigley, our Lightroom and Photoshop guru, reveals her favorite tips and techniques in our bi-monthly series of online video tutorials, using images chosen from viewer submissions. Erin Quigley is a Adobe ACE certified digital imaging consultant specializing in customized workflows and editing strategies using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. She is an award-winning underwater photographer and video editor, and creator of GoAskErin.com, which provides one-on-one instruction, custom video tutorials, and Photoshop and Lightroom resources specifically developed for underwater shooters.
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