Photo Editing in Lightroom: Make Your Cityscapes Stand Out Premium class
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World Trade Center: Symmetry, Radial Filter, Sharpening12:05
Word Trade Center: Contrast, Colors, Juxtaposition12:17
Lookup: Exposure, Temperature, Contrast, Highlight Clippings8:49
Stride-by: Cropping, Graduated & Radial Filters, Highlights, Tone Curve8:43
Stride-by: Shadows, Highlights, Vignette9:03
Share Your Photos0:47
About This Class
Take your photo editing game to the next level with Jamal Burger (@jayscale) in this 50-minute deep dive into his Adobe Lightroom editing process!
In this class, Jamal takes his three favorite selects that he shot in NYC's Financial District:
- the lookup
- the stride-by
- symmetrical shot
. . . and pulls them into Lightroom for some detailed retouching.
Learn Jamal's in-depth workflow for editing cityscapes, including cropping, color correcting, vignetting, graduated and radial filters, and more. By the end, you'll be empowered to help your photos reflect your personal style and how you see the world.
Looking for more about gear, shooting, and composition? Enroll in Jamal's class Cityscape Photography: Shooting With Symmetry and Perspective to see how he captures these shots in the real world.
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Jamal is a fantastic teacher. I love his work and his authentic style and simple instructions. Good luck with your arts journey!
Fantastic insight into the world of a great visual artist. I follow Jamal on IG and have been inspired by his work. Great job, and great class.
Great class. Thank you. Learnt so much about gradient filter... wow my photos have come to life.. just with this 1 class... have taken a few classes & this was explained in a manner that other classes have not.
I enjoy taking on projects relevant to what I believe in and embody.
Huge on sports, lifestyle and shooting in the city. I am a former Kinesiology student from the University of Toronto, and a long-time sneaker enthusiast.
I enjoy taking on projects with brands corporate, mid-level and personal. With every project, I always try to take something conventional and add a twist to make it stand out for the brand, as well as me staying true to my vision.
Passion is important to me. I would love for you to share yours.