Adobe Lightroom: Basic Editing


Remember to use your basic menu first to edit any of the following aspects of your picture:

  • tints and hues
  • lighting and contrast
  • clarity
  • vibrancy and saturation

Use the HSL / Colors / Greyscale Menu to selectively saturate/de-saturate certain colors from your picture.

Use the brush tool to change only certain parts of your picture. If you do not wish to, for example, de-saturate the color blue from your sky, but de-saturate it elsewhere, the brush tool is a powerful part of Lightroom that will allow you to do so. It can change almost anything.

If you wish to add a vignette, remember to use the Vignette Menu, it has several different option bars for you to get your desired results.


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