Adjustment Brushes

I’m Launching a New Tuesday Series Today: Lightroom in 60-Seconds – Photography Article

I’m Launching a New Tuesday Series Today: Lightroom in 60-Seconds Picking up where the awesome Benjamin Warde left off, I’m launching a new video tip series today I’m calling “Lightroom in 60-Seconds.” Just short, helpful little tips that make working in Lightroom faster and more fun.This new series will air here every Tuesday. Here’s the first one: Hope you found that helpful.I’ve got a pretty cool Webcast planned for todayThis afternoon I’m doing a live Webcast about my trip to…

Read More

Enhanced Skin Softening Technique in Lightroom – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, August 26, 2019 in Adjustment Brushes, Develop, Featured | I’m just back from Photoshop World (it was incredible — I’ll share some pics and stories in a few days), but today I’m sharing a skin softening technique I picked at the conference from one of the instructors — Dutch photographer, and author of the book “Mastering the Model Shoot,” Frank Doorhof. It’s very simple, but very effective. It’s a combination of three sliders You use…

Read More

Why Being Able To Move Adjustment Brush Pins Can Be Really Handy – Photography Article

Posted By Scott Kelby on Monday, July 29, 2019 in Adjustment Brushes, Featured | Today’s video (below) is one I did a while back but I still get questions about how (and why) anyone would want to move one of Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush pins. This short video will show you why this feature is more awesome than it may appear. Pretty handy in the right situation, right? I’m out adventuring this week I’m off to Belfast Ireland, The Faroe Islands,…

Read More

Exploring Range Mask Options: Depth – Photography Article

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 in Adjustment Brushes, Featured, Lightroom Classic | We’ve previously explored the Luminance and Color options for Range Mask, so let’s wrap up this series with a look at the Depth option. Note at the time of this writing, the Depth option currently only works with photos in HEIC file format captured on supported iPhones (7+, 8+, X, Xs, Xs Max, and Xr) using either the built-in Portrait mode or the Depth…

Read More