I have already done a video about the adjustment brush, but I just finished working on an engagement session, where I used the adjustment brush to do something you would think you need to go into Photoshop to do. So I thought I would pass it along to you.
It always amazes me how far we’ve come. I feel like my grandfather who talked about growing up without cars and how he remembered the very first crank ford in town. Well, I remember when instant review was a Polaroid (and not an iPhone Polaroid app). I remember retouching images with a brush and some spot tone and a q-tip with bleach. I remember when Adobe programs didn’t even recognize RAW files. And now, I am free to do almost everything I need to do to an image without ever leaving the RAW format, without touching a physical negative and without ever going into the darkroom. My how things have changed… and no matter how nostalgic I may get, I do NOT want to go back! Incidentally, neither did my grandfather.
If you are going to Partner Conference in New Orleans, I will see you there. Come one day early (Monday, November 8 and get a FREE full day Lightroom Workflow Workshop, compliments of Pictage. LEARN MORE HERE.
If you are not going to Partner Conference, shame on you, change your plans, change your mind and see the above sentence.
Written by Jared Platt
Jared is a professional photographer and photographic educator. He studied photography at Arizona State University where he earned his undergraduate and masters degrees in Photography. He teaches college photography courses as well as workshops for professional photographers and provides online education for photographers and photo enthusiast throughout the world.
Jared Platt will be speaking and leading a shooting workshop at PartnerCon this November. For more details and to see the full schedule, visit www.partnercon.pictage.com.