Lightroom Tip – Targeted Adjustment Tool

If you are using Adobe Lightroom you may find this tip rather helpful.  In the adjustments areas labeled Tone Curve and HSL/Color/B&W you will find the targeted adjustment tool.  In the upper left of the window that opens when you select the adjustment section you will see something that looks like a little bulls eye.  If you click on the bulls eye you will activate the Targeted Adjustment tool.  Take the tool over to your photo and click and drag.  You’ll have to experiment to see how this will be useful for your editing.  As you can see from the photo I use this tool a lot to make adjustments to Luminance.  You will also want to try this when editing your Black and White photos.  Have fun experimenting and enjoy the targeted adjustment tool  :)

Targeted Adjustment Tool

Where to Find the Targeted Adjustment Tool in Lightroom

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2 Responses to Lightroom Tip – Targeted Adjustment Tool

  1. Tittan says:

    Spot on (pun intended)! I am going to try this when I get home to my computer…

  2. Scott says:

    I’m glad you liked the tip. Let me know how it works out for you. I really like using it for B&W processing

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