adobe lightroom color adjustments

If we see the original image, which is taken straight from the camera, all of the adjustment sliders of Adobe Lightroom are set to their default values and the exposure is all over the place. Now, the first thing that comes to anyone’s mind is to slap a graduated neutral density filter over the sky. However, the problem attached to it is that the parts of the trees will also be affected by the filter. Apply your filter now and then adjust the shadow slider to bring up the tones in the parts of the image in which you do not want affected by the filter. After the filter is applied, brighten up the shadows that you are suddenly left with a more dramatic sky and more equally exposed image overall.

If we see the original image, which is taken straight from the camera, all of the adjustment sliders of Adobe Lightroom are set to their default values and the exposure is all over the place. Now, the first thing that comes to anyone’s mind is to slap a graduated neutral density filter over the sky. However, the problem attached to it is that the parts of the trees will also be affected by the filter. Apply your filter now and then adjust the shadow slider to bring up the tones in the parts of the image in which you do not want affected by the filter. After the filter is applied, brighten up the shadows that you are suddenly left with a more dramatic sky and more equally exposed image overall.

Exposure your images

Exposure is the amount of light striking the surface of film or digital imaging sensor. It refers to the amount of light recorded on the film or sensor. Applying different exposure modes can transform your photos, albeit finding the right exposure is tricky!