How to Improve Contrast and Colour of Your Photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic
Improving Contrast and Colour in Adobe Lightroom Classic
This panel consists of most of basic colour and luminous intensity correction tools. The tools give you an overall global approach to edit a RAW file in Adobe Lightroom Classic. All the tools have sliders that with ‘+’ effect on the right side and ‘-‘ effect on the left. The Basic Panel comes with the following tools.
The Tone Curve enables you to lighten or darken specific tones and helps to boost the contrast of an image. The Tone Curve has a diagonal line with ‘0’ luminance value on the left representing the black point on the Histogram and ‘255’ luminance value on the right representing the white point on the Histogram. Access to the individual colour channels (Red, Green and Blue) in the Tone Curve tool also helps you target specific colours and make necessary adjustments to the specific tones and colours of an image. You can use the freehand curve or points curve to make necessary adjustments on an image. You can also use the “Click and Drag” button to select a specific part of an image for applying the adjustments you want.