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Real Estate Photo Editing - Like a PRO in Lightroom

teacher avatar Firoz Khan, Photographer & Digital Artist

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Lessons in This Class

9 Lessons (57m)
    • 1. Class Introduction

      1:03
    • 2. L1 - Importing Photos To Lightroom

      5:00
    • 3. L2 - Making Global Adjustments

      6:20
    • 4. L3 - HDR Blending of multiple exposure

      6:19
    • 5. L4 - HDR Image Edit 1

      9:47
    • 6. L5 - HDR Image Edit 2

      5:51
    • 7. L6 - Single Exposure Image Edit 1

      7:43
    • 8. L7 - Single Exposure Image Edit 2

      12:00
    • 9. Final Thoughts

      3:03
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This class is a straight forward, no BS class dedicated to teaching you just the most important and essential tools and tricks required to edit professional level Real Estate images.

Weather you are photographer who is just looking to level up his/her editing skills or if you someone just starting out and want to enter the field of real estate photo editing, then this class is for you.

Real estate photo editing business has a consistent flow of jobs/clients and pays well. You can learn the required skills from this class and start looking for work on sites like Fiverr and Upwork.

It is required that you have a basic knowledge or at least familiar with Adobe Light room.

I am really excited to see you in the class.

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1. Class Introduction: Hey, what's up? So I see you want to learn how to edit real estate pictures. And I'm going to show you how exactly you can do that. Even if you have no idea where to start. I'm gonna guide you from start to finish. In this class. You can learn real estate editing and start working on sites like Fiverr or Upwork. Or you could just shoot pictures yourself and edited, which is going to save your money. So let me show you some before and afters and what you can expect from this class. I'm going to keep this class very real, which means I'm going to show you just the important and practical things and not teach you anything that you would never use. My name is pharaohs Khan and I'm a professional researcher and photo editor. And I've been doing this thing professionally for more than ten years now. And I'm going to guide you throughout this class to learn how to edit real shit pictures. So I'm really excited. Let's get started. 2. L1 - Importing Photos To Lightroom: Hey, what's up, guys? I'm really excited and I'm really happy that you decided to take this class. And this class is going to be really straightforward. And I'm just going to tell you that things which is absolutely necessary to get the results. So without wasting any more time, let's get started. But before we get started, I am going to make some things clear. So for those who don't know Lightroom, who are not who have never used Lightroom. Just stick with me for less than one. But who are already familiar with Lightroom, you can skip this lesson and go to the next lesson. So let's get started. As you can see, we have our project folder here. And in this project folder, I have the files. These are the raw files from the camera that I'm going to be using for the Edit. And we have our Lightroom here. So I am going to fire up the Lightroom. And you can see you might be getting a different kind of dialogue box, but all you have to do is create a new got along. And here you have to just, you know, go to the folder that is containing your raw files and create a new folder here. And in this new folder you can just bright light room catalog. And inside that, I am going to create a catalog. I'm going to give the filing of the catalog as real estate edit. So we are going to hit on create and it is going to fire up Lightroom. And it is going to open up our catalog. So, so we have our empty catalog here. And you can see we have here like two buttons. So if you have freshly installed Lightroom, new are going to see a lot of options here. I have just turned off those option because I just used that to options, which is library and develop module. In develop environment, we edit the pictures and in library environment we deal more with management of the pictures. So these, these are called modules. So we have a library module here, and we have our Develop module here. So we have to work with the library module. And also, if you didn't get the same dialogue box that I haven't got when we started the light room. And if you clicked on Lightroom and just straight away open this thing. So then you can just go to File and click on new catalog. And it is going to more or less the same thing. And once you make a new catalog, Lightroom is going to exit and it is going to reopen again in your catalog. So I hope I mean that thing here, I am going to hit on Import button writer. And it is going to open the implant dialogue box. So I'm going to go to the deck stop because I have all my files on desktop and I'm going to go to real estate folder, and I'm going to go to our raw files. So you can see it takes a bit of time to make the previews. And we have all of our pictures here. And make sure you have this adoption highlighted. We don't want to copy as DNG, we don't want to copy, we don't want to move. We just want to add the images in our catalog without moving or without duplicating them. So just make sure you have this on ad and I'm going to hit Import. Don't worry about any of these things will just hit Import. And that's the important part. So we have important the images in our Lightroom catalog. And now in the next video, we are going to see how well we can start working in the developed module. So in library module, we deal with the management of the files. So you have all kinds of things here. You can change the file name, you can do a lot of things. You can add copyright, everything. And you can see although camera infos, but in the Develop module, we deal with editing of the image. And I hope you enjoy it. And I'll see you in the next lesson. Ticker. 3. L2 - Making Global Adjustments: Hey guys, welcome back. And in this part, I'm going to show you how to do the global adjustment in Lightroom and buying global adjustment. I mean that there are some things that you do to all the images that you're important to Lightroom. And I will, just in a moment, I'll show you what I'm talking about. So straight out of camera, there needs to be some tweaks down in the images. And so for that, I'm going to just score in the develop module. And when I click, you see that it is showing me one thing, one picture at a time. And we have a film strip here. We can see all the images in this femtocell. So I'm just going to collapse the Basic panel for a moment and I go into the lens correction. So whenever you shoot a picture, there is like different camera brands should the same picture in a different way. And if you Qian Jin the lenses, it is going to give you a slightly different image. And for that, all the camera manufacturers have something called Lens Correction. So it's like a profile that is made for a specific cameras, specific lens. And when whenever you pull an image into Lightroom, Lightroom can identify which camera it was short width, and which lends it was shot with. Lightroom can apply in that preset and just make the picture a bit more normal if that's the right toward for that. So I am just going to click on Enable Profile connection. And you can see it shows me cannon 1635, the lens. And it's basically the lens profiling. That's why we call it lens correction. And we are also going to check on the remote chromatic aberration. So a lot of time what happens if there is a huge color and huge light and shadow difference in women. So on the edge of that separation, you will get like band of colors. Either it will be purple or green. So if you check this on, is going on, try to remove that color band. So that's one thing. And the second thing that I'm going to talk about, free are done with the lens correction. And we are gonna go in the Basic panel again. And let's say if you have shot a lot of pictures in one go in like under one lighting condition. And you want to set the white balance so you can just, let's say you have not set the white balance in camera and the white balance is totally off. So what you have to do is you just have to click on this white balance selector tool. And if you don't know the correct white balance. So here's the trip. If you don't know the correct white balance, look for a white area in your picture which you think is more or less wide. And then click on that. And Lightroom is gonna change, shift the color temperature of your photos based on that. So you are telling Lightroom that this is supposed to be pure white. Light room is gonna adjust everything to make that thing look white. So that's about the white balance. Then I am gonna go to the transform. And in transform we are just going to click on auto. So it kind of do a bit of perspective correction. This is an optional thing if you don't want this, I mean, it's not necessary to do that. But if you want to make it look a bit better, I will suggest that you do the perspective curation. So there are a lot of options and like most of the time, 90% of the time, auto works best. So stick with that. And I think we are pretty much done with or without global adjustments. And once you have done this, let us say you have similar picture that was shot. You just have to click on this previous Lightroom is gonna apply all the settings that you have done in the previous image to this image. So you don't have to do all of those things. Again. This is a different picture and I'm just gonna try to show what I'm talking about. So here, Lightroom has done a lot of adjustment, but it fails to do the white balance correction. So I'm go to Basic again. Click on this, and in this image, I think this commode should be white. So I'm just gonna click on that. And it is more or less close to the white balance that we are aiming for. So yeah, that's pretty much it. And you can just do all the images in the same way. So, I mean, before we even start editing, we have to put some groundwork on the images. And this is what I call the global ledger spin because in every image I do this. So in the next part we are going to see how we start working with the images. So in this we are going to edit some multiple exposures. So some, you know, we are gonna do a bit of SGR blending and then we have single images. So we are going to see how we can adjust the single emitters. I'll see you in the next part. 4. L3 - HDR Blending of multiple exposure: So in the previous part, we saw how we, how we have to do the global assessment. And in this part, I'm going to show you how to do the HDR blinding. So in this tutorial, we are going to deal with two kinds of images. So one is going to be a single exposure and one, and the other one is going to be a multiple exposure. So what do I mean by multiple exposure? So basically, whenever I get interior work, I 99% of the time I get multiple exposure. So if you have any knowledge about the real state photograph, you known that SGR blending is the normal thing. So in India, the ending, if you don't know it, what as they are blending is we take three to five images of different exposures. So in some, in one frame we have the shadows which are in proper light. And in one frame we could be having a lot of detail in highlights. And once we merge everything into one final picture, we have we have detailed in the lighter area, and we also have details in the shadow part. So it's like everything just balance out. So that's what I mean when I say HDR blending. So here for the most part, we are going to see HDR. We will be doing as general blending a lot. So we have HGRI thing images here, two frames. So I'm just gonna switch to develop. And so we have this one frame here and the one frame, the next frame is much brighter. So you can see in the shadow part we are getting a lot more detail here. Again, we have a multiple exposure. This one is like three frames that we have to blend together. And next we again have three frames. And this one also is going to be three frames. So we have two images here. I have already done all the global adjustment on these two images. And now all I need to do is I need to right-click and go to photo image and click on HDR. So you have a shortcut for this which is controlled plus h. So let me just click on this. You're gonna get this HDR much preview dialog box. And if you have sharp with a tripod and images are absolutely, you know, you have not moved, the camera was shooting. You can just put Diego somone to none. I mean, if there is like a bit of error, it is good to click on the low one and make sure you have auto line. So even if you have, you know, slightly move the camera for while Lightroom will try to auto align the images. And I basically leave everything on auto setting. So I'm just waiting for this to build preview. And after that I'm just going to hit on Merge. And what Lightroom is gonna do? Lightroom is going to save the most image as DNG file. So DNG stands for Digital negative. So it is still a raw file with, with all raw editing capabilities. And then we are going to, you know, walk on the raw file. So this one is, the process is running here. And once this finish, you will see a new file popped right here. So here we have the HDR. So this was first frame, we have the second and this one is more balanced, more balanced out. So you can see we still have a lot more details in this shadow part, but we still have a lot, again, a lot of detail in Highlight spot as well. So this is what SDR is all about. So let me go into library again and we will see this image. So I'm just quickly going to go over and do all the pings. So for the first part, I am just going to set the white balance. Then I am going to go to Lens Correction. I basically suggest that you start with Lens Correction falls, then you move to the transform. And after that, after that only you move too basic, but, I mean, it's up to you. I mean, I did the opposite, but it's up to you. So once we have our global adjustment ready, I'm just want to go to the next frame and click on previous so that Lightroom sync all the settings. And once we have the setting thing, I'm just going to click and select all three of the frames and go to photo manage HDR. And Lightroom is going to do its work. Okay, so Lightroom has mild our image and it is showing us a preview. And I am like, I'm really happy with the premium because we have a lot more detail in this. We need to pull out the details are a bit more. But for the base image, this looks perfect. I am just going on press on mine. Wait for the process to finish. So this is what we do in HDR blending. And in the next section we are gonna move with with attribute editing the SDR file that we have created in this part. So let's dive into that. 5. L4 - HDR Image Edit 1: So in the last part we need the HDR blending. And by blending these two frames, we have our final edge airframe. And now I am going to edit this and we are going to do the final adjustment in this. So the exposure looks really good to me. We have some dark part in the ceiling and we have some blown out highlight in this garden, but so I'm going to deal with that. So for exposure and this is going to, you know, plus 20 is, looks good. And then contrast, I am going to increase a bit of congrats to give the image punch. And the highlight. I'm going to dial the highlight all the way back to minus 100. So I don't want any hot highlight part in my image. So this is going to be minus a 100 in the shadow. I need to, you know, once I increase the contrast, it made some part really done. So for example, this part, and I need to open up some of the shadows here. And in this governed. So I'm just gonna go ahead with the shadows. I mean, you don't have to go all the way to extremes. It depends on an pictures. So if you have like a really good base image, you don't have to go all of it, but 280, I mean, it depends what picture you have. And I am going to add a bit sharpness to the image using the Clarity slider. So it is going to make it a bit shot for the why brands are not gonna touch the vibrance because, I mean, my client want true colors. So we can go a little bit with a wild brands, but don't go overboard because I have seen people doing this kind of shape and it's just don't make any sense. So yeah, this is what we have to do in the basic and in that don't go, I don't have to do anything in the long run. It's not required in hue, saturation and luminance. I don't think I have to do anything again because the client has not asked to do anything with the color. So I'm not going to touch this. And we have what we have VD split toning. We are not going to deal with that because again, it's a part of the color correction. Details. In details, we can sharpen the image. Yes, we can sharpen the image. And we can do a little bit of martyrs and noise reduction. So yeah, it looks good. Lens correction. We have already done the lens correction and in transform and just do the auto transform. So you can see it knew a very slight change to the image, but it kind of level of everything. And in the effects either like I'm again, not going for any fancy effects and camera calibration. I don't think we need to does this as well. By default, Lightroom selects the best camera calibration for image. So this is all a basic adjustment that we have done so far. But we need to do a lot more. So I am going to go with five links to tools that we are going to use here. One is our and graduate filter and graduated filter. So let's see what this Graduated Filter is. So once I click on this, it is going to activate the filter. And it is going to activate all the settings. So we have new edit and brush. So by default, it is going to give you a new. So let's start with the new. And you have to, you can dial the exposure. So right now if you do anything, it is not going to show anything in the image because you still have to apply the graduated filter on the image. So let's do that. And the way it works is if I, so right now it's not showing anything because it is set to very low. So I'm just going to, you know, make it really exaggerated so you can see what's going on here. So it's graduated, so it's very gradual. It start from one edge and it tapers down to the lower end. So you can see, I mean, when I stretch this, that graduation is getting bigger and it's getting more resonance, the effect is getting more satin. So I basically use this to light up the ceiling. So let's get rid of this. I would start my way. So for ceiling, I will apply on Graduated Filter here. And I'm going to increase the brightness, but I am gonna decrease the highlights. And it's going to be very subtle and just going through and just and just trying to get rid of the shadows. So this looks good. I mean, it's it's better. We can see the before and after. It looks good. So we have light up the seeming a bit and we do have some area here that I need to light up. For example, this, this part of the image. So it was getting a bit in the shadows. So we have done this. And I don't think we need to use this anymore here. So, so far we have come a long way. And it looks good. So let's go to our Adjustment Brush and deal with some more things here. So I am, again, this tool works the same way. So until unless you put the brush on the image, it is not wanna show anything if you change the settings. So I am going to make it a very exaggerated. And let's see, we have a lot shadow's going on in the gardens. So i just gone up, pinned over the cuttings. And you can see it is actually making the cutscenes lighter. It is adding a bit of light. They're also in the couch. I need to light this up in here. I think I need some light. So I'm just going on here also. I think you need a bit of light. Rest of the things flow. Looks good to me. Some shadows and going here. So yeah, this looks good. You can also use this to, you know, to decrease the highlight. So let's say we have this pan ready brighter. So I'm gonna click on new, so it will start a new brush. I am just going to start bending here. So right now I am using the previous setting, and my previous setting for exposure was 1.13. So it was making everything right. So now I'm just going to, you know, decrease things. And you can also change the white balance in that. So you can change the color as well. So I am going to make it a bit shallow because the light coming from the outside is blue light and it looks really bad. Because the exposure was for the interior bond and when don't want any blue light contaminating our picture. So this is how you use the adjustment brush. You have a lot more settings here, like basically the same setting that we have already seen in the basic tab. And you can mix and match all the settings. All the settings walk that same way. And but this is, I mean, the only settings that I use when I'm editing picture for a client. So I think this is pretty much it. And we can see the before and after. 6. L5 - HDR Image Edit 2: I edit one more HDR image really quickly. And I'm gonna show you, I mean, unloading the No, they're pretty much the same thing that I have done in this image right here. But just to demonstrate, I'm going and do it again. So we had this frame, this frame, this frame, and we blended everything in Group one single HDR image, that is this one. So I'm going to quickly walk with this image and let's do it. So for the white balance, I am just going to set it using, using a white portion in our image. That I am going to go to the lens connection. We already have done the lens correction, the transform. For some reason. This has been done off because we already did prior to making the SDR blend. We do the transform, but link in this new file. For some reason that transform is not applied, so we are going to do it again. So let's start with a basic. And here I can increase the exposure, just adapt bit, and I'm going to increase the contrast. Now. I'm going to increase the shadows and lower the highlights because we have a lot of highlights in this cutting, but Glady, I'm going to increase it to make it a bit sharper. Why are brands? I think we can do five stops of Ivan's. Yeah. So this is the basic, No, let's do our graduated filter tool. So here we are going to apply this to the ceiling. Just, just really subtle, already settled. So I have done that and let's apply one more here and let's see how it, how it will look. It looks good. So I'm just going to lower the effect, the exposure. And it looks good. Again. Now i'm going to go in with my Adjustment Brush. And again, we have to do the gardens and I have to get rid of this blue light coming in. So I'll start with, I have my exposure dial at 1.13 and we can adjust it later even after I have been told on a picture weekend, jin that so let me start bending. It gets it gets it's good. You don't have to change anything. I'm going to. So one thing you have to keep in mind using this Adjustment Brush is you have to control the flow of the brush. So you don't want all the effect to, you know, the brush to put like full effect in one go. So for that we lower the flow, flow of the brush so it gradually builds up the brush. Like if I paint multiple times on the same part, it is going to, you know, gradually build up the effect. So it's more, if you have a lower flow, you have more control. So I think I'm going to open up some shadows here and some here. It looks really good. And also, I mean, you need to put some time in bending with the adjustment brush. And then I will click on the New and get rid of this line. So and carefully painting on the light bulb. And first of all, I'm going to change the color to a more warm color. And then I will slowly try too, because I cannot go all the way, all the way to minus2 because it will, You know, it's not going to look real. So I am going to go to the lowest value that I can afford. So I guess this looks pretty much good. So this is our before and this is our after. So this is really simple way to do some professional, you know, real estate editing. And it's really simple. I mean, you, you, you just saw me into this image in like five minutes. And you can do the same. You just have to practice a lot. Because I haven't build up speed over time by practicing and editing a lot of pictures. So I hope you like this and now we will be moving to a single exposure edit. So let's do it. 7. L6 - Single Exposure Image Edit 1: So next we are going to see how to edit single exposure images. And basically when we are doing an HDR blending, we are getting a lot more details in your shadows and highlights. But when it comes to editing a single exposure, we have to do a lot of work when it comes to shadows and highlights. So we have a picture right here. And it is about, I mean, it's a part of Azure exposures, but I am going to, you know, edit it like a single image. So in the basic, we, we are going to extract as much detail as we can using this Basic panel. So first of all, we need to set the white balance. But before that, let's set the lens correction and the transplant. So you can see it shift a lot in this picture because whenever you have a lot of horizontal and vertical lines going on, this transformation is going to be a much more because it tried to level out every line. So that's what it is. And now let's go to Basic. And for the white balance, I think there is no like not very much of this tungsten light and it is more or less lit with the light coming from outside. So here we can see we have this salt, but it is going to make it really cold. So I'm going to undo an eye, can dry on this chopping board, which gives a very decent exposure, very decent white balance. But I think if we go for this white appliance here, it, it will give a much warmer look and a much closer white balance to us. So let's start with the details. First of all, I'm going to lower the highlights because I wanted to see details in this point. And after that, I am going to increase the shadows. So we have a lot more details in the shadows. Now. The picture looks good, but it lacks contrasts. So I am going to increase contrast. And you can see once we have increase the contrast, the color has become much more saturated. So to counterbalance that, we have to. Set the white balance manually. So this looks good. Let's give it some sharpening. Bit of well, it's not. Let's give it plus 19. Shifted more the same. Ok, so it is looking much better before and after. So we are, we are on the right track. So let's go ahead and start playing with yeah, let's go ahead and start playing with our graduate filter and adjustment brush. So Graduated Filter, I'm, I think I'm gonna be using a lot of graduated filtering this. So starting from the ceiling, this AIR needs to be inviting. And also this, this portion of the refrigerator and in Serbia brighten up and you can adjust it as much as you like. So now this area also, I think this needs to be bright enough. So far, so good. And now after that I am going to switch to our adjustment brush. And I'm going to tackle some areas using this brush. So for instance, this area, Syria. Also in this area. A bit here. I think we are on the right track. Let's go to clarity, increase clarity. I'm going to make it a bit more warmer. Yeah, it looks good. And so we I think we have done a really good job so far. And now let's balance out something because this portion is like too bright. And whenever I see my eyes is going to this spot and this spot on the cabinet. So let's paint here. Let's try to bring it down. Much better. I'm going to warm up, warm it up a bit. Telescope also. Here. I'm going to pin this to remove the glare. And it is coming out pretty well. We can also do this here. You can see we have removed all the glare from him earlier. It used to be like this, all shiny and girl. And now we have really glare free cabinets. And as well as we have the floor. So far so good. Apply to make a new mask, new Adjustment Brush. Let's brighten up this, this video because I really like to see, I mean, this Fawcett, these 97. So I think we have done a really good job here. But I would like to have some flare, flare look coming from here. So I am going to add a bit more highlight. Back to the image. It looks really good. And I think we are pretty much done with this image. So you, so you will see that even if we don't have a multiple exposures to make an HDR, we can still edit and bring out a lot of detail out of that picture. So we are going to do one more of single exposure edit. And after that, I think you will get a really good idea and you can start editing on your own. So let's jump into the next section. 8. L7 - Single Exposure Image Edit 2: So now again, we have exposure here, and this is part of a multi-day exposure shot, but we are going to edit it like a single exposure edit. So right off the bat you can see that the white balance is totally off. And also we have a lot of shadows. And it just didn't look right. So we don't really not going to make it as an HDR. So we have to do a lot of manual work here. So let's stop. So first of all, I will start as usual with lens correction. So we help link few things pre-registered for us. And we will go to the transform. So auto transform works really good. And then next we will go to the Basic panel and we will be setting up the white balance. So as I always say, why? If you need to set the white balance and you don't know exact white balance. So the best way to do that is to look for a white or neutral black area or white area in the image and just click on that. So you can see the bacteria doesn't work really well for us. So we are going to try our luck with white. So here you can see we have some books, The white in this photo frame and some white on this air condition. So we can try that. It looks good, but let's try on the photo frame. Let's try on the book. So more or less, it is on on, on greener sign. So you can see this light is green and I don't like that. So I mean, we have set a white balance which I think we can walk upon. So I want it to look a bit, a bit too warm, so I'm going to increase the warmth. I went to get rid of the green tin. So I think this looks about OK for now. So let's start working on the exposure and highlights. I think we need to increase the exposure because this image is like ENCO undoes, underexposed by one or two. Stop because again, it's a badge of multimodal re-exposure shot. So let's increase the contrast. Let's lower the highlights so we have a lot more detail in this cotton area and this false ceiling line that is going on. And let's agrees shadows. And the shadows we are going to create contrast a bit more. So we have a decent looking image. Let's increase the exposure again. I think we can walk from there. So I think this looks good. And we can drive this condition. Yeah. So it was good. Previously a like this. So let's dad walking. So I have engraved exposure because I mean, it's easier to fix smaller area using Adjustment Brush rather than fixing a big patch of area using that. So that's what I'm going to do. So I have to fix this ceiling line going on and also the chandelier. For that, I am going to switch to my adjustment brush and I'm going to make it a bit smaller in size. Okay? I'm going to do degrees of exposure on this. So you can see when I'm bending, it is decreasing re-exposure. But again, and the issue that we are running into is it is making some of the parts really dark. So I am going to get rid of the exposure. And I'm just going to stick with the highlight. We can try exposure, training the exposure a little bit. So yeah, I think this looks more or less these in, because again, we don't have the flexibility of multiple exposures in that. So we have to do that. We can't get everything back a 100%, but we can at least write. So I'm here to get back on a lot of details. Also, I'm going to bend on the chandelier so that we have a lot of details in there. So yeah, this looks about Buffett. And now I'm going to move to my radiant and graduated two. And I'm going to use this to remove the shadows on the ceiling. Also, I'm going to use it again. Can brighten up this area. And I think we also need to the floor a bit. So let's see a quick before and after. And so we started from here and we are here, so it looks really good. And the next thing I think we need to do is to deal with this portion because it is getting a bit dark. So I'm going to switch to Adjustment Brush, make my brush bigger. You can make it smaller and bigger by using bracket keys on your keyboard. And I am just going to start painting. As you can see, it is making everything done, but I can change that later. For now, I'm just going to keep on painting. So here we are, and we have made this, right. So alerted deals through like this and now it is like this. So it looks really good. Let's move on to disband. And let's move on to this one. I think we still need to neuron dealing with some of the shadows of the ceiling. So I think now it looks like good outs. So this is our before and after, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. Next we are going to deal with gardens. But here, I don't want this lamp to be like a really bright. So I'm going to make a new Adjustment Brush and bend here. And I'm going to dial it down. I mean, just enough so that it doesn't look really ugly or odd. I think this is good. But here we have a problem. I mean, this, for some reason this light is making everything green. And I think it may be because this light was our different color temperature light. I just don't know. Maybe it's because of the color contamination from the cutting, but we need to fix this. And the way we do that is by using the adjustment brush again. So you can say that we are trying to match the white balance here. And let's see what we can do. So first of all, I am going to paint on the part that I feel is like too much green for my taste. Right now. I have made it a really dark on purpose because I want to see where I am painting. So I'm going to switch it back to 0, and now I am going to decrease. So here we have tint bar and on tin Barbie have, on one side we have green, and on one side we have magenta. So we have to get rid of agreement into that. We have air now our image. So we are going to go towards the magenta and you can see it removed that tin and kind of, you know, counterbalancing thing and it makes it normal. So yeah, it looks about could we still need to deal with this area? Because this area is a bit dull. So we will be switching back again to our adjustment brush. I'm gonna make it bigger and I am going to make it. Let's say, let's try to put some shine into these areas. I think it will do. And now let's increase the contrast. And I think we can. This looks really good. This was our before and this is thereafter. So I hope you get the idea how, how we approach an image and edited. So this was our second single exposure at it. And if you have multiple exposure, it makes things easier. But even if you don't have multiple exposure and you can do a lot with a single exposure. 9. Final Thoughts: And we have reached the end of this class. So you can see we have our four images that we have edited in this class. And all we have to do now is select all the four images go to export. And we are going to just export final file for client delivery. So I'm going to export a desktop stop and I have to check the color space. I usually give in SRGB. If your client insist on giving it in Adobe RGB or pro photo. You can select it from here. Also, I am going to check if resolution is 300. So 300 is best for brain. And I mean, I usually give my images in the full resolution. So 300 is the, is my resolution sharpened for I would select screen because most of these images are going to be used on just online. And amount I have to, you can select Standard, I usually select low. And this is that's it for this export settings. And I'm just going to hit export and it is going to run the process. And after that we will get our images. So this is it guys. And I'm really proud that you have been with me till the end of this class, and I'm really thankful to you. And I would also like to thank my friend, push her hands for providing me these images for the tutorial. And if you are interested in learning product photography or shooting black and white portraits on a really tight budget with two very login. Make sure you check out my other sculpture classes. And I'm really happy. And I really enjoyed teaching you. And the last thing that I want you to do is if you are a photographer, just shoot a picture of your office or your home and try to edit it the best you can in Lightroom. Or if you are just starting out, there are a lot of photographers that would like their pictures to be edited. So reach out to them and ask if you can do a pro bono edit for them. So I mean, it's a win-win situation for both of you. They will get their pictures edited and you will get pictures. So you can try your newfound skills on. So that's the end. And thank you once again. And hopefully I'll see you in my next class. Bye bye.