Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Get Creative with Clarity

Helen Bradley, Illustrator for Lunch™ & Photoshop for Lunch™

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6 Videos (25m)
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Get Creative with Clarity - Introduction

      1:44
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pt 1 - Lightroom - Adding and Removing Clarity

      4:21
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pt 2 - Lightroom Softening with Clarity

      5:54
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pt 3 - ACR Adding Detail with Clarity

      6:14
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pt 4 - ACR Soften with Clarity

      5:14
    • ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pt 5 - Project and wrap up

      1:15

About This Class

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ is a series of short video courses you can study in bite size pieces such as at lunchtime. In this course you'll learn how to use Clarity to create different effects in post processing your photos. You will see how to use it to soften an image and also to enhance detail in an image. As Clarity isn't available in Photoshop itself, it's really useful to know how to use it in ACR and Lightroom. This is a half in half before/after comparison for one of the images we will be working on:

 

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More in this series:

Lightroom for Lunch™ - Pick Your Best Shots

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Hand Tint Image Effect - Adjustment Brush, B&W 

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Create Mood & Light in Early Evening Photos

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Silhouette Image Processing - Master Image Adjustments

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Enhance Color in an Image - HSL, Vibrance, Clarity

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Process Underexposed Images - Shadows Highlights Filters

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - High Key Image Processing

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Enhance Red when Processing Your Photos

Adobe Camera Raw & Lightroom for Lunch™ - Craft Great Black and White Photos

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Creatively Relight an Image

ACR and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Remove Blemishes, Sensor Dust and More - Master the Spot Removal Tool

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Day to Night Processing

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Sharpen and Spot Sharpen Photos

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Create and Use Presets - Save Presets, LR to ACR, Bridge

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Find, Download and Install Presets

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Roundtrip to Photoshop and Back

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Create a 2017 Calendar in Lightroom & ACR/Photoshop

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Batch Process a Shoot

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Keywording Images in Bridge and Lightroom

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Fix Perspective and Lens Distortion

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Isolated Color Effect

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Lightroom Overview - Is Lightroom for you?

Lightroom for Lunch™ - Frame Photos on Export - Presets, Identity Plate, Print Module 

Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom for Lunch™ - Create a Triptych - 3 photo layout 

18 of 18 students recommendSee All

Great tips how to boost clarity to any image. Very instructional.
Great tutorial. I do find the masking counter-intuitive. I've always used masking to protect the part of the image that stays the same. In Adobe Camera Raw, it seems the masked part is affected by the filter.
Fren Andersen

Graphic Designer, artist, & lifelong learner

easy to understand
Deon Turner

Documenting the world from my point of view...

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Helen Bradley

Illustrator for Lunch™ & Photoshop for Lunch™

Helen teaches the popular Illustrator for Lunch™, Photoshop for Lunch™ and ACR & Lightroom for Lunch™ series of courses. Each course is just the right length to take over a lunch break and is packed with useful and fun techniques. The projects are designed to reinforce what is taught so they too can be easily completed over a lunch hour or two.