New Masking Magic in Lightroom Classic 11 – A Dive Into Lightroom’s Most Powerful Editing Tools

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Description

CLASS DETAILS
Runtime: 1 hour 22 minutes | Up to 1440p (2K) Resolution | Speed Control (.5 – 2x) | Interactive Chapter Markers | Bonus Downloadable Practice Files and Resources Included

CLASS OVERVIEW
There’s a lot of buzz about the latest update of Lightroom, and for good reason. The Masking and Selection tools in the Develop Module have been given a complete overhaul. Form and function for the Brush and Filters have taken a quantum leap that greatly expands their power. The ability to add, subtract, combine, and invert complex AI-assisted selections has made this little old sorceress very happy, and I think you’ll feel all tingly too when you join us for this in-depth look at what’s new in Lightroom Classic 11.

LIGHTROOM CLASSIC VERSION INFO
This class teaches techniques unique to Lightroom Classic Version 11 or Later. Please make sure you’ve updated your Creative Cloud version of Lightroom Classic to version 11 or later to best take advantage of this On Demand.

CHAPTERS
00:00:11 – What’s Really New?
00:01:26 – Start with the Basics
00:02:10 – The New Look
00:06:01 – Important New Panel Features
00:11:20 – LR Layers vs. PS Layers
00:11:51 – Renaming Layers aka Masks
00:14:37 – Cool Overlay Tools
00:17:27 – Auto Reset
00:18:21 – Affected Area
00:19:09 – The More Menu (…)
00:20:29 – Real World Layers Example
00:21:35 – How NOT to Do It
00:22:57 – Subtract from a Mask
00:24:51 – Luminance Range Masking
00:31:16 – Color Range Masking
00:37:17 – The Linear Gradient
00:40:55 – White Balance with Masking
00:44:20 – The Radial Gradient
00:46:57 – Subtracting with Range Masks
00:47:59 – Subtract Using Select Subject
00:50:42 – Inverting a Mask
00:54:20 – IMPORTANT: Recipe for Inversion
00:58:03 – Select Subject
01:10:40 – Select Sky
01:12:54 – Intersect
01:18:15 – Emphasize Light Rays

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