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Three Key Things Terry Does To Every Portrait in Lightroom Classic (and how to apply them automatically)

This video, from Lightroom guru Terry White, is super helpful, and it covers a feature in Lightroom Classic that a lot of folks miss. Terry is a portrait photographer and in the video, below he shares the three key things he does to every portrait in Lightroom, and then how to apply those edits automatically to your portrait images right as they’re imported so you’re that much further ahead in your editing process right out of the gate. Really great stuff!

Thanks, Terry! 🙂

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  1. Florian 4 February, 2019 at 09:37 Reply

    Great video. Has anyone noticed that applying lens correction on import slows down Lr when working on a photo in the Develop module? At least that’s what I thought it did when I first started using Lr years ago and never went to using LC until I was almost done with the photo’s post-processing. I guess that got improved along the way with the newer updates or it was a glitch with the computer I was using at the time.

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