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Feb 23, 2018 15:20 |  #1

Lightroom complete post processing, using all tools available
https://youtu.be/fQLM3​_yC8CI (external link)




  
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Feb 23, 2018 18:24 |  #2

Could you perhaps give a brief synopsis of what the YouTube video is about, so we can decide whether or not 26 minutes of video watching makes sense for us to do, or not?


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Feb 24, 2018 00:11 |  #3

Justin Time wrote in post #18570609 (external link)
Lightroom complete post processing, using all tools available


Wilt wrote in post #18570732 (external link)
Could you perhaps give a brief synopsis of what the YouTube video is about, so we can decide whether or not 26 minutes of video watching makes sense for us to do, or not?

He already has.


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Feb 24, 2018 14:20 |  #4

Wilt wrote in post #18570732 (external link)
Could you perhaps give a brief synopsis of what the YouTube video is about, so we can decide whether or not 26 minutes of video watching makes sense for us to do, or not?

Well, it is a complete post processing routine of an image in Paris.
I kept it very simple and natural, but I used every tool in Lightroom, both global and local.
The point is for beginners, but also intermediates, to check how every single panel and tool works in Lightroom.
It could not possibly be any shorter than this.
I cannot tell more, otherwise I would spoil the ending :-)




  
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Feb 24, 2018 19:18 as a reply to  @ Justin Time's post |  #5

Thank you for providing this. "I used every tool in Lightroom, both global and local.... how every single panel and tool works in Lightroom." Rather more informative than simply 'complete post processing'. Now I'm interested in investing a half hour of time.


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Feb 26, 2018 11:18 |  #6

If image needs all of the LR tools it must be something terribly wrong... From very beginning or at the end. :-D


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Mar 01, 2018 04:09 |  #7

kf095 wrote in post #18572651 (external link)
If image needs all of the LR tools it must be something terribly wrong... From very beginning or at the end. :-D

I perfectly agree.
In fact I had to look hard for an image with problems like perspective, chromatic aberration, noise and so on.
In real life I will never use all the panels in LR, but for a tutorial point of view I believe is extremely useful




  
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Mar 02, 2018 04:09 |  #8

Wilt wrote in post #18571505 (external link)
Thank you for providing this. "I used every tool in Lightroom, both global and local.... how every single panel and tool works in Lightroom." Rather more informative than simply 'complete post processing'. Now I'm interested in investing a half hour of time.

Thank you for the suggestion,
I probably should give a better description, especially for such a long video




  
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