Video: A Beginner’s Guide to Lightroom Versatile Masking Filters
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You’ve found the right place if you’re not familiar with Lightroom’s powerful filtering tools. These easy-to-use filters will make a big difference to the quality of your results.
Today’s tutorial will open your eyes to the possibilities of the Nav edits YouTube channelThis guide is short, but contains all the information you need. You’ll learn how unlock the power of Masking filters and see how flexible they can be—with or without AI. The lesson includes a variety very useful features such as Add/Subtract.
Nagesh Vashu, an Indian instructor, specializes on image-editing tutorials. He has created a number of popular apps, including Photoshop, Lightroom, Snapseed and others. In just 10 minutes, you can learn how to use Lightroom’s versatile Masking filter for a variety purposes.
Vasu explains that “Lightroom’s masking filters are tools which allow you to selectively enhance parts within a photo, such as exposure and color, while leaving the rest untouched.” You’ll gain more control over your edits.
Vasu covers a great deal of ground quickly, so it’s a good idea to take notes for future reference. He explains how to use Radial Gradients, and shows you exactly what they are. You’ll also discover how to use Lightroom Brush filter to accomplish a wide range of tasks.
The concepts of Color Range, Luminance Range and their step-by-step application to enhance a photo are also important. The video concludes by discussing Select Subject and Select Sky along with the Add/Subtract functions that allow precise control.
After watching this video, you’ll be able to improve your workflow using these “essential” software tools. There is much more to see at Vasu’s Instructional YouTube ChannelVisit us whenever possible.
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