Lightroom Coffee Break Tip: Easily Update Local Adjustments with Multiple Sliders

Cup of coffee and notepad

It’s Tuesday, that means it’s time for another awesome installment of Adobe’s own Ben Warde, and his one-minute “Lightroom Coffee Break” tips:

Sweet, right? Ben rocks!

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Author: Scott Kelby

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  1. Another one of your tips that I thought I knew – but needed to be reminded to actually use it! Thanks!

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  2. Great tips BUUUUUT!

    I think I missed something as I cannot get my LRCC to do this

    Perhaps you could turn this into a 2 minute tip and slow down the speech a little

    Thankyou

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    • Alan, this works if you’re doing adjustments with sliders inside the radial filter, brush or gradient type tools. This isn’t available in the main Develop module itself. When the presenter chose a preset in that brush mode for skin touch-up it flips several sliders into various positions, and then choosing the diamond lets you move that set as a group. (You still have to choose “Done” to save it all and go back to main Develop module.)

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