You don’t have to jump over to Photoshop to use its Tilt Shift Blur filter — you can create that same type of “tiny toys” look right here in Lightroom.
This is why the Adjustment Brush’s Flow slider is so awesome! Really, that’s it.
Happy Monday ya’ll, and #rolltide! Today we’re doing a Lightroom trick that mimics the look of light streaming though some window shades and falling on your subject. Amazingly easy to do, and you have a lot of control over the final effect. Check it out: Hope you found that helpful! I’m off to Dallas tomorrow for my seminar there on Wednesday (not too late to come out and spend the day with me if you can)....
Kristi Sherk’s new class on retouching in Lightroom is crushing it!!! Check out the official trailer (then go watch the class). All the links and stuff are here.
Another awesome 60-second video tip from Adobe’s own Lightroom shark, Ben Warde. You’ll dig it.
I did a quick video to answer the question “Why would I ever need to move an edit I made with the Adjustment Brush?” — here’s why: ’cause it can really save a lot of time, and help speed your workflow in certain cases. 🙂