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Working with Tone and exposure in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Adobe Systems has graciously provided some Lynda.com clips for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. These particular clips feature host Chris Orwig. In this movie, host Chris Orwig discusses image tone. In this clip, he works on an image of a rock that has a bit too much exposure.
He looks at the histogram and adjusts the exposure via the exposure slider, and shows you how to use the numbers as well as clicking and dragging on the Histogram to bring back detail in the image.
He also saturates the image with color using the color sliders and tweaks the lens vignetting. He then moves into the Develop module to show you how to speed up your workflow.
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Chris Orwig is a faculty member of Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. He is a professional freelance photographer, interactive designer, educator, and consultant. Included among his clients are companies such as Disney, Nissan, Activision, and J-Records. Yet, more important to him than his client list is his passion for photography. Chris describes this passion with the words of the great photographer Marc Riboud, "Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second."
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