iPhone Photo Editing - How to Edit Photos Like a Pro Using Lightroom Mobile CC Staff Pick

Sean Dalton, Travel & Lifestyle Photographer

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29 Lessons (2h 23m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      3:20
    • 2. Course Overview

      3:30
    • 3. The Power of Mobile Editing

      4:43
    • 4. The Digital Anatomy of a Photograph

      1:35
    • 5. Course Project

      1:46
    • 6. The Raw vs. .Jpg Debate

      3:06
    • 7. Exposure and Emotion

      8:09
    • 8. Color Theory and Emotion

      17:25
    • 9. Storytelling and Editing

      2:02
    • 10. Editing Styles

      2:48
    • 11. Editing, the Right and the Wrong

      1:10
    • 12. Finding your Editing Style

      4:19
    • 13. The Best Editing Apps

      3:20
    • 14. Lightroom Mobile CC Overview

      8:23
    • 15. Lightroom Mobile CC Editing Workflow

      2:59
    • 16. Getting Photos to your Phone and Importing into Lightroom Mobile

      3:15
    • 17. Prepping the Photo

      2:15
    • 18. Editing Exposure and Tone-Curve

      9:20
    • 19. Editing Color

      5:29
    • 20. Effects and Details

      11:33
    • 21. Fine-Tuning With Selective Edits

      4:25
    • 22. The Power of Presets and How to Use Them

      2:59
    • 23. Common Editing Mistakes

      4:34
    • 24. Editing Example 1: Moody Portrait

      7:21
    • 25. Editing Example 2: Travel Landscape

      6:17
    • 26. Editing Example 3: Warm Lifestyle

      5:28
    • 27. Editing Example 4: Gritty Street Photo

      5:38
    • 28. How to Become a Better Editor

      3:21
    • 29. Summing Things Up

      2:14
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Project Description

Edit one photo on your smartphone and post the before and after image.

You are welcome to edit the photo in multiple different ways and post all of the different versions. This is great if you would like feedback from Sean and other students in the course!

Feel free to explain why you edited your photo the way you did, and where your inspiration came from.

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