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Fixingextrreme dynamic range issues in crowd shot

Explorer ,
Mar 03, 2024 Mar 03, 2024

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I was asked to take a photo today and the group leader insisted I take it against a hopelssly bright background, so the people are properly exposured but the background is overexposed. 

 

When I try to select background (or subject) mask, LR selects out most of the people except two. How do I add their faces to the groiup subject mask (or delete it from the background mask?

 

As well, when I select "Background" on the mask slider and make changes to the sky, when I return to the photo the group is now badly underexposed. I'm doing something worng but Lr is not separating the background from the people when I make these separatd adjustments. 

 

Any help, please?

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Mar 05, 2024 Mar 05, 2024

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A sample of the image would go a long way to help us help you.

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