Lightroom 6 Tutorial – Hue Saturation and Luminance (HSL) In Lightroom CC
In this Lightroom 6 tutorial I walk you through the importance of HSL in Lightroom CC. HSL stands for Hue Saturation and Luminance in a photo. Essentially Hue Saturation and Luminance allows you change pretty much the feel of each color inside lightroom.
Hue – This is the actual color. With these sliders inside Lightroom CC you can move each color to change it within a range to appear a slightly different shade. So with blue you can make it appear or aqua or more purple. You cannot however push it so far that you change it completely to say Red.
Saturation – This is simple, its how saturated the color is. So how blu is blue, essentially colors are made up of Red Green and Blue for digital and usually CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) for print. each color is a mixture of the 3/4 colors. So the higher the saturation the more vibrant or intense the color will be. Turn the saturation down and it moves toward greyscale of black and white
Luminance – This is kind of how reflective to light a color range is. Decrease luminance and the color range will get darker and increase it and the color will get lighter or ‘brighter’.
Learning these skills inside Lightroom will help you become a better photo editor and improve your overall Photography. This easy Lightroom 6 tutorial for beginners will help you learn Lightroom and improve your photography in no time.
In this Video you will learn:
– Edit Individual colors in Lightroom
– Highlight Colors In Lightroom
– Desaturate A Photo In Lightroom
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