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Improving Colour and Contrast of Photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic

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Sep 13, 2020

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Although there are several ways to improve the colour and contrast of photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic, a world-class desktop-focused RAW image processor, in this post I would like to mention only the Basic Panel and few more Global Adjustment tools for colour correction and contrast improvement of a RAW image. For this, we need to head over to the Development Module of Adobe Lightroom Classic.

 

Adobe Lightroom Classic Basic PanelAdobe Lightroom Classic Basic Panel

 

Here are some Global Adjustment tools for colour and contrast pop for pictures that I personally use on my photos:

  1. Treatment
  2. White Balance
  3. Temperature & Tint
  4. Exposure
  5. Contrast
  6. Highlights
  7. Shadows
  8. Whites
  9. Blacks
  10. Texture
  11. Clarity
  12. Dehaze
  13. Vibrance & Saturation
  14. Tone Curve
  15. Split Toning
  16. HSL/Color Panel

 

Subhankar Das | Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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Improving Colour and Contrast of Photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic

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Sep 13, 2020

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Although there are several ways to improve the colour and contrast of photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic, a world-class desktop-focused RAW image processor, in this post I would like to mention only the Basic Panel and few more Global Adjustment tools for colour correction and contrast improvement of a RAW image. For this, we need to head over to the Development Module of Adobe Lightroom Classic.

 

Adobe Lightroom Classic Basic PanelAdobe Lightroom Classic Basic Panel

 

Here are some Global Adjustment tools for colour and contrast pop for pictures that I personally use on my photos:

  1. Treatment
  2. White Balance
  3. Temperature & Tint
  4. Exposure
  5. Contrast
  6. Highlights
  7. Shadows
  8. Whites
  9. Blacks
  10. Texture
  11. Clarity
  12. Dehaze
  13. Vibrance & Saturation
  14. Tone Curve
  15. Split Toning
  16. HSL/Color Panel

 

Subhankar Das | Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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