Lightroom And Camera Raw: Create Your Own Color Profiles — Udemy — Last updated 7/2019 — Free download

Learn how to create your own color profiles for Lightroom and Camera Raw – Push your photography to another level!

What you’ll learn

  • You will learn to create your own color profiles
  • You will learn to edit images quickly
  • You will make your images outstanding

Requirements

  • You need adobe Lightroom and Photoshop CC – Photography pack from adobe.
  • Be ready to learn some cool stuff!

Description

I love to take pictures of cities, landscapes and people. But most important thing for me is how to make images outstanding, and how to do it fast as I don’t want to spend hours in front of your computer. =

The answer is color profiles. I am constantly creating color profiles for my professional and personal work, to be able to add amazing effect to the image within seconds. And this is what I am going to teach you in this short course.

I will show you how to create outstanding color profiles using camera raw to use them in Lightroom software! What is the best part of this course, you will get 8 color profiles that I have created while recording this course. And they’re really amazing!

Enjoy!

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for everyone who want to create their own photo filters
  • This course will provide you with cool color profiles that you can use on your own images
  • This course is for everyone who wants to make their images much better!

DOWNLOAD

Lightroom and Camera Raw Create your own color profiles!.zip   (download)
880.15 MB

Course Content: https://www.udemy.com/course/lightroom-create-your-own-color-profiles/

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