In today’s article we will learn about 6 tips and tricks of Adobe Lightroom that can benefit you while using Adobe Lightroom. With Adobe Lightroom we can edit images. ۔
1. Antique fadeed Look
First, open Adobe Lightroom.We will see some tools on the left side. The easiest way to get Antique Faded Look is to first click on Tone Curves from the tools that appear on the left side.Then histogram will open.The left side of the histogram represents shadows and dark areas and the right side represents the bright areas of the picture.To Show Fadeed Look we will have to Bighten up the extreme light of our pictures, the rest of the image is shown as it was before.
In This way we get the fadeed look of the picture. The simplest way is to start from the left area of the histogram and take a point there, then take a point in the center and then move the extreme left of the histogram slightly up. Drag and brighten the Picture.Your Image will get Fadded Look in this way.
2. Dehaze Slider
Our second tip is Dehaze Slider the latest version of the Lightroom has the Dehaze Slider option. If you use this option, it will Show the areas of the entire image that were Hidden due to fog in image. For example, if we increase the Dehaze option, it will allow us to see all the things in the image that we can’t see because of the fog. Many people consider Dehaz to be the same as Contrast or Equal to Clarity but Dehaz Slider is different from both.
The Dehaz Slider not only enhances your contest but also enhances the image color data. If we look at the before and after image in the picture, we will know how much fog space it has shown in the image which was previously hidden due to fog.
3. Snap Shot & Virtual Copy
The third tip of the lightroom is that many times when we edit an image, many times we feel like we’ve edited it so far, now we have to open it from here in the window of the second lightroom, but In addition to the other window or workspace, we will make a copy of it in the same workspace. For this, we will right-click on the image in the workspace that is open at the bottom of the lightroom and create a virtual copy here. Clicking on it will make us another copy of the same image.
In fact, it is not a Copy. We have only one copy of this image in the hard disk, but in the light room we have two Copies.we can edit any one of image as we like and can save them after editing.By Using Snap Shot & Virtual Copy we can make many Copies of single images we want to make and can export them later.
There is another way to use it and that is snapshot. For example if we have applied some presets in the image or edited the image then we want another copy of it so we can make a snapshot of it. And we will make another copy of this image in the light room. For this we will click on the snapshot and it will ask us the new name of the snapshot. Here we will write the new name of the file and click on OK. Click to create a new file.This will generate new Virtual copy of this file
4. Color Selection in HSL
The fourth tip is about HSL. We use HSL a lot in color grading. For example, if we have grass in our image and we need to change the color of the grass, we Will click on HSL (color). What is normal is that a color is not made up of just one color but is made up of more than one shade.The simplest way is to that is even we are in saturation or Hue there is a color picker we will click on color picker and after we will click on any color in the image to help this color picker to pick the colour of image after that we can change the colour accordingly as we want.
5. Copy Paste Develop Settings
The fifth tip is that if we have taken multiple images from the same location, and we have edited one image and we want the same editing to be done on all the other images, then we have to change all the settings There is no need to do all the images from. For this we will right click on our workspace and go to settings and click on copy settings then check all the settings that we want to copy. Click on Copy Settings, it will copy all the settings. Now we will click on the image on which we want to apply these settings. On this image we will right click and after going to Settings paste settings. Clicking on it will apply all the settings that we copied to the new image.
6. Range Mask Selection
Our last tip is Range Mask Selection. This is a very powerful masking tool. Normally we used to go to Adobe Photoshop to do this but now it is not required. Now this work can also be done in Adobe Light Room with the help of Range Mask Selection Tool. With this tool, if you have to do any work in gradient or paint brush, you will tell the light room that the area you want to select is to be selected on the basis of a specific color or on the basis of brightness. For this we will first take a paint rush and select the area in the image with the help of paint brush. After that we will come to the range mask option and select the color and select the color range. This will make our area selected with the help of range mask Tool.
Now we can increase or decrease its intensity. In addition, we can also select the shades in the image. This will change the colors of the area that is selected and will not change the colors of the rest of the area.