In this Lightroom tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the popular desaturated urban look that you see used a lot in night-time city and architecture photos. But instead of learning how to replicate a single look with very specific settings, you’ll learn the technique behind it so whether you want something subtle or strong, minimal or surrealistic, you’ll know how to customize the settings to get the exact look you want. You’ll also learn about a common Lightroom mistake that even professionals make. And it’s one of those mistakes that you don’t want to do because forces you do things backwards and slows down your workflow. By the way, if you only have Photoshop, you can still follow along with the Camera Raw filter. This is an easy tutorial so whether a Lightroom beginner or expert, you’ll have no problem following along.
Desaturated Urban Lightroom Tutorial
Denny Tang on May 22, 2017
- Category: Lightroom Tutorials, Tutorials
- Tag: Color Grading, Lightroom, Tone Curves