Lightroom Classic Masking for Family Photos

Using Lightroom Classic masking doesn’t have anything to do with  fixing the quality of a photo, but rather this is an enhancement to an already good photograph.

Is Lightroom Classic masking hard to use? No, not at all. In fact, once you’ve seen how it’s done, you’ll want to go back and spend a little more time with your already processed family photographs.

In this video, I demonstrate how LrC masking improves an overexposed sky and an underexposed subject.

I’ve written about earlier versions of LrC masking a number of times in previous posts. Here on color range masking and here on range masking in a still life photo. There will be more in the future, I’m sure as Adobe improves Lightroom Masking.