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How to Add an Opacity Slider to Lightroom Develop Presets with The Fader Plug-In How to Add an Opacity Slider to Lightroom Develop Presets with The Fader Plug-In A Post By: Andrew Gibson For me, one of the biggest advantages of Lightroom over Photoshop is the ability to use Develop Presets on your images. Here are some of the benefits: You can create several virtual copies of an image and use different Develop Presets to see how they come out. Doing so uses virtually no extra hard drive space as the changes are stored in the Lightroom Catalog in the form of text commands.Develop Presets fit in neatly with your Lightroom workflow – there’s no need to export your images to Photoshop or other software.It’s easy to see how Develop Presets work.
instantanés/ copies virtuelles

edition dans PS

retouche locale

courbe de tonalité / tone curve

reduction bruit / noise reduction

Vibrance VS Saturation in Photoshop Vibrance VS Saturation in Photoshop To many Photoshop users, increasing both the Vibrance and the Saturation appears to boost the vividness of color, but what exactly is the difference between the two, and when should each be used? In today’s tip, I’ll fill you in! Saying that both Vibrance and Saturation boosts your color’s vividness wouldn’t necessarily be incorrect, but there’s one key difference that you should be aware of, which will define which adjustment you ultimately use. Let’s take a look at both adjustments. For these examples, the Vibrance adjustment will be used, which will allow us to adjust both the Vibrance and Saturation (Image > Adjustments > Vibrance.
Comprendre le format Raw - Première partie Comprendre le format Raw - Première partie Jui 24 2012 [NdLR : je vous propose une introduction au format Raw extraite (et légèrement adaptée pour le web) du début du deuxième chapitre de mon livre Le format Raw : développement et flux de production, paru aux Éditions Dunod. Cette introduction est découpée en trois parties et dotée de liens de circulation des unes vers les autres. Voici la première partie, intitulée dans le livre De la lumière à l'image.]
B&W

Corrections d’objectifs avec Lightroom 3 Un nouveau tuto pour Lightroom 3 qui pourrait vous faire économiser beaucoup. Aujourd’hui, on s’attarde à un réglage qui n’est pas souvent utilisé : la correction des déformations d’objectif. A quoi ça sert? Comment ça marche? c’est dans la suite de l’article. Les objectifs peuvent avoir plusieurs défauts tels que le vignettage (comme sur les Lomo par exemple), les aberrations chromatiques (vous savez, ces franges des couleurs bleues/jaunes ou magenta/verte) ou encore les déformations (le rendu sphérique des objectifs grand angle/fish-eye). Corrections d’objectifs avec Lightroom 3
La correction des objectifs La correction des objectifs Tuto 53 fig Intro Jusqu’à présent, les logiciels Adobe accusaient un certain retard en ce qui concerne la correction des défauts des objectifs. C’est aujourd’hui réparé grâce à l’arrivée d’un système de profils permettant de corriger automatiquement le vignetage, les aberrations chromatiques et la distorsion, tout en restant dans un flux de travail Raw complètement réversible. Les corrections peuvent être reprises manuellement, et l’utilisateur de Lightroom trouvera aussi un outil complet de transformation manuelle des perspectives. Les profils ne tiennent pas compte du modèle de boîtier, mais du format du capteur.
Adobe Lightroom features a wealth of editing tools for the digital photographer, and for anyone concerned about optimizing their images output, understanding the sharpening options is one of the keys to making images sing. Just like many aspects of Lightroom’s RAW editing suite, the sharpening adjustments feature enough simplicity for set-it-and-forget-it batch processing while also giving the user the fine-tuning that allows individual images reach their full potential. Instead of multiple approaches to sharpening as you might kind in Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom takes a different approach with four sliders you can use to optimize your images. Let’s take a look at sharpening a single image and how Lightroom’s Amount, Radius, Detail, and Masking sliders work. Understanding Sharping in Adobe Lightroom 3 Understanding Sharping in Adobe Lightroom 3
Post-Processing Tips for Beginners Post-Processing Tips for Beginners Home / Post-Processing Tips for Beginners Post-Processing Tips for Beginners Comments are closed This page contains a collection of our articles on Post-Processing for Beginners.
Lightroom Mobile Tip: Selecting A Photo To Represent the Collection Lightroom Mobile launched last week to a huge welcoming crowd at Photoshop World. Since then I’ve heard a lot of great feedback on it and I’m hopeful to see where things go in the future. LR4 réglages de bases LR4 réglages de bases
Mastering Lightroom: How To Use the Basic Panel Mastering Lightroom: How To Use the Basic Panel Lightroom has many features that can easily confuse those who are new to it. While the program offers plenty of different editing opportunities, in order to achieve the best results and user experience, it is important to understand the very basics of Lightroom. In the series of upcoming short articles, I will try to explain each of the most important Panels in Lightroom, so that in the end, you will find it to be a simple, quick and easy to use software for your post-processing needs.
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