Adjustment Brush Presets in Lightroom Classic CC
Welcome to this new adobe Lightroom, Classic CC lesson. We're continuing to learn all the advanced features of our brushes and filters up here and I mentioned in the last lesson that there are some preset effects. So I have this photo of will up and I have my brush selected. And so if I drop down this effect, you can see that there's different sort of adjustments and they have these presets like softening skin, whitening teeth, making the iris of your eyes look better or things like adjusting the D haze, which would be good for like the sky or things like that. So if I click soften skin, you'll see that preset adjustments have been made, clarity has been dropped, the sharpness has been increased and so now I can just take my brush over brush along with his skin and this quote unquote makes the skin look better. So if I turn this on and off by pressing the backslash button before after, you can see that will skin has become a little softer. Another way to turn these effects on and off i...
s with this button down here and that just turns off the adjustments from this brush or from this panel, you can see all of these adjustments down here have this sort of on off switch on the left hand side. So that's an easy way to see the softening of skin, which a lot of people like doing some basic adjustments like that. If you don't want it to be so strong, you can just increase the clarity just so it's not as soft for the iris adjustments. Let's go ahead and click new to create a new brush. Get our irish enhancement, make our size of the brush, let's zoom in with dizzy on our keyboard, increase the size of our brush just a little bit and click there and you can see what it's doing, it's increasing the saturation, the exposure a little bit and the clarity as well. To make a little sharper. If you want to change the color of an eye, you can click this color button down here. This is kind of similar to our tone adjustment are split tones and so now we can choose these different colors and give our I sort of a different shade. It's not completely changing the color of the eyes, just giving it a shade. You can increase the saturation and change the temperature of the eye to give it even more of a color change if you want to delete that though. So those are how those precepts affects work. And you can find those in any of these. The radial filter, the graduated filter or the brush awesome. In the next lesson, I'm going to be showing you how to use the range mask, which is a newer feature of lightroom. That is really cool for pinpointing a specific color or exposure within one of these brushes to make your adjustments to