4 Ways to Set the White & Black Point in Lightroom


In this video, I demonstrate four different ways you can set the white and black points in Lightroom. One way may work well on one image whereas a different way works better on a different image so it’s good to know all four methods.

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Aperture Priority Mode⠀
Auto-white Balance⠀⁠⠀
Spot Metering – Metered on bricks below the statue⠀⁠⠀
Single Point Focus – Focused on the statue⠀
1/200, F8.0, iso 64 at 50mm⠀

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