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19 Videos (1h 1m)
    • Welcome

      1:03
    • Introduction to the Workspace

      3:11
    • Exposure Tools

      2:34
    • Color Adjustments

      4:19
    • Black and white conversion

      1:22
    • Detail Controls

      1:56
    • Dev Lens Correction + Transformation

      6:21
    • Grain + Haze

      1:52
    • Adjustment Brushes

      3:25
    • Custom Brushes

      2:05
    • Adjustment Brush Options

      2:24
    • Radial and Graduated Filters

      2:46
    • Cropping

      4:22
    • Red Eye + Spotting

      3:35
    • Presets

      3:33
    • History and Sync

      6:44
    • Offline Editing and Mobile

      2:24
    • Dev Editing A Landscape

      6:10
    • Wrap Up + Project

      1:14

About This Class

Adobe Lightroom is the industry standard program for cataloging, editing, and finalizing digital photographs; its modules accommodate the creative workflow in the same manner traditional photographers would build a livrary, develop their work with craft and skill, and create prints or books or slideshows.  

In this series "Learning Lightroom" we tackle the modules one by one, breaking down all the features and explaining how they may be relevant to any photographer.  

This particular lesson focuses on the Develop module- full of powerful editing tools to get the best out of your photography.  At the end I show you how an experienced Lightroom user would utilize all the components in a real world scenario, in this case editing a classic black and white landscape.

Part 1 of our Learning Lightroom series, the Library module, is located here!

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David Miller

Multimedia Artist For Primordial Creative studio

I have always been interested in the visual arts from an early age- drawing, painting, and clay- but around my high school years I became interested in photography for the social aspect of involving other people, the adventure inherent in seeking out pictures, and the presentation of reality that wasn't limited by my drawing skills.

One thing in my work that has stayed consistent over the decades since then is I have an equal interest in the reality of the lens next to the fic...

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