4.01 — The Develop Module Overview
A quick preview of the module’s panels, tools, as well as ways to zoom into your image.
4.02 — Simple 3-Step Processing
See how I develop my photos using this simple three-step process to make a nice, clean edit.
4.03 — Raw vs. JPEG in the Develop Module
You can use Lightroom’s Develop module to different several different types of files, including JPEG!
4.04 — Resetting Panel Adjustments
Learn how to reset your sliders and other adjustments to their default settings.
4.05 — Basic panel: White Balance
Check out these tips for adjusting the white balance setting in the Basic panel.
4.06 — Basic panel: Tone
Learn how to use the sliders in the Tone section of the Basic panel to correct the brightness and contrast in...
4.07 — Basic panel: Presence
Learn how the Clarity, Vibrance, and Saturation sliders can affect your image.
4.08 — Tone Curve panel
This panel allows you to further enhance the tones of an image by manipulating the tone curve.
4.09 — The HSL & Color panel
Use this panel to control the hue, saturation, and luminance of individual colors in Lightroom.
4.10 — The B&W panel
Discover how the B&W panel works, and learn where to enable or disable the “auto-mix.”
4.11 — The Split Toning panel
The Split Toning panel allows you to add different colors to the shadow and highlight areas of an image to...
4.12 — The Detail panel: Sharpening
This video walks you through the use of each of the sliders in the Sharpening section in the Detail panel.
4.13 — The Detail panel: Noise Reduction
Learn how to remove noise from your image using the Noise Reduction section of the Detail panel.
4.14 — The Lens Correction panel: Profile
Use the Lens Correction panel to remove chromatic aberration (a.k.a. “purple fringing”), and apply a lens...
4.15 — The Lens Correction panel: Manual
Discover how to manually correct the lens distortion and chromatic aberration in an image using the Manual...
4.16 — The Transform panel
If your photo is crooked, slanted, or too narrow, or it needs to have its perspective aligned, then the...
4.17 — The Effects panel: Vignette
The Vignette section of the Effects panel enables you to easily create a beautiful vignette.
4.18 — The Effects panel: Grain
This lesson reviews each of the settings in the Grain section of the Effects panel.
4.19 — The Effects panel: Dehaze
You can remove haze and fog, or you can add a faded look to a photo with the Dehaze slider.
4.20 — The Camera Calibration panel
Learn what the Camera Calibration does and also how to change the profile and manipulate colors.
4.21 — Creating a Custom Vignette
If you want to have full customization of your vignettes, then you may want to skip the Effects panel and add...
4.23 — The Crop Tool Overview
Come along on a walkthrough of all of the settings inside of the Crop tool.
4.24 — Changing the Crop Orientation
This video shows you how to change the orientation of your crop from horizontal to vertical and vice-versa.
4.25 — Adjusting Tone with the Histogram
The Histogram panel is not just for reading the tone in your photo! I’ll show you how you can also use it...
4.26 — Viewing clipped highlights and lowlights
The best way to prevent clipped highlights and lowlights is to preview those areas so that you can make...
4.27 — Previewing Before and After Images
Take a look at the various ways you can preview your images before and after making your adjustments.
4.28 — The History Panel
You can use the History panel to “go back in time” on your photo, as well as use it to customize the...
4.29 — The Snapshots Panel
Learn how to create and use Snapshots to create different processing versions from one file.
4.30 — Virtual Copies
Virtual copies are a great way to create more than one version of an image inside of Lightroom.
4.31 — Adding a Graduated Filter
Learn how to create a selective linear graduated adjustment, and then brush out specific areas to refine the...
4.32 — Adding a Radial Filter
Learn how to apply a circular or oval-shaped radial filter to make selective adjustments to your photos.
4.33 — Using the Brush Tool for Selective Edits
The Brush tool can be used to add develop adjustments to only a specific area of your image. Learn how in...
4.34 — The Brush Tool’s “Auto Mask” Feature
The “auto mask” feature with the Brush tool allows you to “stay in the lines” when brushing over...
4.35 — Reset All Develop Settings
Use this option to erase all edits to an image and start over from scratch.
4.36 — Fixing Color Cast
There are a few different ways to correct color cast. In this lesson I show how to remove color casts from...
4.37 — What is “soft proofing”?
Soft proofing is a good way to preview a photo to see how it may look after it is printed. Learn how to use...
4.38 — Spot Removal: Best Practices
Learn the difference between the Clone and Heal tools, plus some tips on brushing and dabbing out blemishes...
4.39 — Removing dust spots and specks
Use this technique when it’s difficult to find all of the “hidden” dust spots and specks in your photo.