I’ve been hard at work over the past few weeks, writing a new book. The book’s all about getting the best results from the Lightroom Develop Module. What I’ve realised whilst writing is that many people struggle when it comes to making selections using Lightroom. Whilst they can create simple selections, if it’s a little more difficult, they’re put off.
To help, I’ve been creating a series of short You Tube videos giving tips and demonstrate useful techniques. In the latest video I show how to select a tree, so it can be selectively sharpened. It’s a typical challenge where the tree is set against a background, making it difficult to select. The video shows how you can do this using only the Lightroom Adjustment Brush, which has been around for a long time. There is an optional improvement using the Color Range Mask, but it’s not essential.
The videos shown below. I hope you find it helpful.
2 thoughts on “How to use the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom”
Hi Robin, I very much appreciated your “sharp” teaching style. A very helpful lesson, thank you. Is that a LR classic CC property only? Regards
Thanks Silvano. I believe other versions of Lightroom function differently but I can’t say quite how as I haven’t yet found time to investigate them.