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Quick Tip on Using Lightroom’s Target Adjustment Tool

It’s time for another Lightroom Coffee Break with Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde. This time, in just 44-seconds, he shows you how and why you’d want to use Lightroom’s Targeted Adjustment Tool.

Pretty handy tool, and one I use myself quite a bit. 🙂

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  1. C Campbell 31 December, 2016 at 11:45 Reply

    Glad to here there are other editors out there using this tool. This is one that we use often at Post House to streamline our workflow and get an edge on color corrections. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Greg 20 December, 2016 at 07:56 Reply

    It’s so simple… and yet I didn’t know you could even do that. Awesome!

    Also, after 3 weeks of work, I’ve finally completed reorganizing my Lightroom catalog that I blame you for. It felt like cleaning up after the library ghost in Ghostbusters had gone through my photo library. Everything is so much better now! In fact, I want to share this with my local camera club members, too. I’m working to set up a couple of Lightroom classes for the club sometime in 2017. Wish me luck!

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