Lightroom 4 Tutorial – Basic Portrait Edit

Lightroom 4 Tutorial - Basic Portrait Edit

Watch in HD. In this tutorial I take you through my basic portrait editing process. Let me know if anything wasn’t clear! Or if you think I missed somethi…
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24 responses to “Lightroom 4 Tutorial – Basic Portrait Edit”

  1. Te8v8eT says:

    Thanks for the info and the efforts. I have a suggestion with regard to the
    grass color. I usually use HSL/COLOR/B&W panel and choose COLOR to edit any
    individual color in the photo separately without affecting other colors in
    the photo. I hope this is helpful.

  2. Zahir Abdul Latheef says:

    Thank you. I am new to Lightroom and this video gives me most to start
    with.

  3. Ludwig Van says:

    Great! Really helpful! Greetings from Arequipa-Perú.

  4. Nelson Fisher says:

    Thanks Nathan! I found this to be really helpful!

  5. VenomXXXX18 says:

    Dear Nathan, that was very nicely done! Simple yet enables you to get a
    grasp of the LR concepts. Thank you!

  6. bt4kn says:

    very detail. Thanks a lot Nathan!

  7. MeltingMusic says:

    Extremely helpful, I’d love any other videos you post. Gorgeous photo and
    fantastic edit, thank you!

  8. Nathan Jeffers says:

    I shot this photo on a 5D MKII with a 50mm f/1.4 lens.

  9. Natalie Kalashnik says:

    Very Helpful, Thank you!

  10. Lewis Stroud says:

    Brilliant basics guide really helped 🙂 out of curiosity what system and
    display are you using in this video?

  11. Retrowing23 says:

    what cam and lens did u use?

  12. Paul Forster says:

    Thanks! Extremely helpful – planning to watch more.

  13. Danton McDiffett says:

    Nice video, helpful, one I’ll be sure to refer to several times.

  14. christian mendez says:

    Hey I have a question. . When I edit my pics they look amazing.. But when I
    post them on Facebook they came out really redish.. Like my subjects skin
    comes out like they have a sunburn. Do u have any ideas of what I might be
    doing wrong?

  15. Mehedi Hassan says:

    By the way, proud to be the 100th Subscriber 🙂

  16. Zac Cobb says:

    Nathank Jeffers, How did you get so many options from your WB pulldown?
    Mine only has 3. As Shot, Custom, and Auto.

  17. Nathan Jeffers says:

    I’m running an 21.5 iMac 2011

  18. Nathan Jeffers says:

    It sounds like you’re shooting in jpeg (whereas I’m shooting in RAW).
    Google “jpeg vs. raw” to get a good explanation. To put it in very simple
    terms – RAW gives you more options than JPEG when you come to the editing
    process, but it’s comes at the cost of larger files.

  19. Bearded Fist says:

    Thanks for the video! I was afraid to watch any of these because I didn’t
    want to see someone elses style and end up trying to achieve the same
    results in my photos. This video was very education for someone that
    doesn’t know a lot about the program, and I really appreciate that you
    showed what it is capable of more so than a “this is how your photos should
    look” type of video. One question: is there anything to be done about lens
    flare? Thanks a lot!

  20. omarapplesauce says:

    I really need your help! When ever I edit in lightroom 4 and get my desired
    effect, I go to save it to a JPEG / quality 80 / sRGB. But the saved images
    looks really different from the way it looked in lightroom!!!! Please Help

  21. Bearded Fist says:

    Ha ha, thanks! I appreciate it! I figured as much, but I thought I’d ask
    anyways in case I had figured wrong. Thanks for the response. Take care!

  22. Nathan Jeffers says:

    I think as long as the result turns out how you want it to look it doesn’t
    matter how you go about achieving your goal.

  23. Atchara Ellifritt says:

    Thank you 🙂

  24. Edit Effect Line says:

    where can i find how to make a vanilla vintage preset

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