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Photoshop: Capturing Great Portraits Recap

Lesson 23 from: Capture and Edit Photos of People in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Jared Platt

Photoshop: Capturing Great Portraits Recap

Lesson 23 from: Capture and Edit Photos of People in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

Jared Platt

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23. Photoshop: Capturing Great Portraits Recap

Jared reviews what you’ve learned throughout the course, from photoshoot to software navigation and editing tools - simple yet powerful tips to take your photos from good to great.

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Photoshop: Capturing Great Portraits Recap

So we started photographing at the train museum and we paid really close attention to our exposures so that we would have all of our images as usable, and we did that by paying really close attention to the histogram. Then when we came here into Lightroom CC, we selected our favorite images, and chose the image that we wanted to edit. And with the click of two buttons really, we took it 90% of the way where it wanted to go. And with a couple of tweaks here and there, we really perfected the image, and then all that needed to be done was fix the dress, fix the lunch box in Photoshop, but in the end, it's all back here in Lightroom, ready to go. So what you should be learning from all this is that it's not as complex as it seems. The creative cloud makes it super easy to get in and edit your photographs. So open up Lightroom CC and start playing, and you'll find that you'll get from good photographs to great photographs, easily and quickly.

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