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- October 17, 2017 at 1:28 am #21708
I think any guide to this program will help you, for example, here I found an article about how to add presets to LightRoom http://weedit.photos/2017/using-lightroom-6-how-to-add-presets-to-lightroom/
- December 25, 2018 at 12:30 pm #50595
HDR processing is a great option for creating powerful photographs. Take a look at the process of creating HDR-like effects in both Lightroom.
1. Open Photo which you want to give an HDR effect.
2. Firstly, edit the settings in the Basic section of the Develop Module. Change contrast to +25, highlights to -65, shadows to +70, whites to -35, and blacks to +20.
3. set clarity to +75 and vibrancy to +35.
This will give you a perfect HDR effect. You can see the result.
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