Posts Tagged ‘Adjustment Brush’

Just Dreaming About Lightroom 4’s Adjustment Brush

September 1st, 2011 2 comments

Just dreaming about the next release of LR4 and a major advancement to the Adjustment Brush that would move this powerful tool into another level!  I did put in a Lightroom “Feature Request”  but I’m not sure the amount of faith I have in that avenue. There were a couple I submitted prior but they just did not see the profundity in them 🙂

I thought of this because of a similar type interface in Photoshop’s Hue/Saturation adjustment where you can “Specify the range of the selected color and adjustments the color range “fall off” (feathering of edges). Read more…

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LR’s Adjustment Brush – Observations, Revelations & Evolutions

December 17th, 2008 No comments

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In the last post I wrote about LR’s Graduated Filter. The other localized editing tool, which many think might be the most significant addition to LR2, is the Adjustment Brush [AB]. The AB (keyboard shortcut “K” in your program) allows you to “paint” localized non-destructive effects like Exposure, Saturation, Sharpness, etc. You can then change or add parameters to the selected area and fine tune the effect to your image. Read more…

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