Selective Lighting in Lightroom

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In this video I demonstrate a selective lighting technique in Lightroom that will help you bring out detail and draw the viewer’s attention to the parts of your image you want them to notice.

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Exposure Info & Camera Settings

Aperture Priority Mode
Spot Metering on Waterfall
Single Point Focus on Waterfall
10sec, F8.0, iso: 160 (Lowest Native iso for this camera)

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