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Improving the use of Lightroom

Learning Outcomes – 1,2,3

I’ve just started to use multiple sections within Lightroom that I’ve never previously managed to use. These include Histogram, HSL, Split Toning and Detail. I watched this video for much more assistance:

Quick Suggestions

– When working with shutter speed, think about the aperture you want to use
– Always be in control of the Shutter Speed. Never go too high or make it blurry
– The graph within Histogram is to do the colours of the picture
– Use Hue, Saturation and Luminance

For homework, I’m working on some close-up shots and testing these in Lightroom afterwards. These close up shots were shown on Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

Most of these were shot using my Sigma 30mm f/1.4 and then edited afterwards using Adobe Lightroom.

More will be coming each day (hopefully) before next Wednesday. See them below:

Thursday

Friday in Brixton

Saturday

Monday

A late trip out to see both Battersea Power Station and Battersea Park.

Tuesday

An early morning for the SkyGarden to take some (hopefully) great shots.

Starting to try and use many more new things on Lightroom such as Sharpening, Specific Angles, Noise Reduction & HSL (Hue, Saturation & Luminance).

 

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