How to fix a backdrop in lightroom | virginia photos and films | Marshall Arts Studio | Chesapeake
Updated: May 23, 2019
After shooting an 8 hour photoshoot at rentasetstudio in Virginia Beach recently and after looking over 1,000 photos, I realized pretty quickly that editing all of them in photoshop was going to be a daunting task.
Such all of my shots were taking with all the same lighting situation and I wanted all the same look, I could do all of the edits in lightroom.
Here is the
I used the crop tool first to get a nice rectangle to work with.
Pull up the curve in lightroom to brighten up the image.
Bring up the exposure just a little. You can also adjust temperature at this point as well. I like shooting cooler than warmer personally.
use the clone tool to clone out smudges or flooring flaws.
Then I used the adjustment brush to smooth out, take down the clarity and sharpness.
Here is the final image.
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