You asked: How do I use selective in Lightroom?

How do you edit a certain part of a picture?

Try the free Snapseed app (available for iOS and Android). Its Selective feature is exceptional for precise edits of individual areas of a photo. You can see the effect of this tool in these before and after images. To use the Selective tool, tap Tools at the bottom of the screen and then tap Selective.

How do you mask in Lightroom?

Open a photo to edit in the Develop module. Select Masking > Select Subject from the tool strip of the Develop module. Lightroom Classic will analyze the photo and automatically select the subject for you. You can view the selection as an overlay and a mask is created in the Masks panel.

How do you make certain Colours pop in Lightroom?

10 Ways to Make Colors Pop in Lightroom

  1. Take Control of the Tone. …
  2. Add Some Presence. …
  3. Boost the Vibrance. …
  4. Increase the Saturation. …
  5. Change the HSL/Color Panel. …
  6. Extra Change With the Hue Section. …
  7. Time to Color Grade. …
  8. Grade Color Globally.

How do I use the adjustment brush in Lightroom?

The Adjustment Brush icon can be found in the Develop module below the Histogram, and above the Basic panel on the far right. To use it, either use keyboard shortcut ‘K’ or simply click on the icon, and your effects options will be revealed. You can select from any of these sliders to make adjustments to your image.

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How do I select a background in Lightroom?

Anyway, this tip Kim shared was a shortcut for changing the background color of the area surrounding your images in Lightroom. Just right-click anywhere in the area surrounding your image and a pop-up menu appears (as seen below), and you can choose your new background color and/or to add a pinstripe texture.

How do you saturate only part of a picture?

Instead of the polygonal lasso tool, select the rectangular marquee tool. Click-and-drag around one of the windowpanes in the image. To add to the selection, press Shift and then click-and-drag around the other windowpanes. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation.