When I want to edit my photos for golden tones in Lightroom Classic, I break it down into five steps:Basic exposure adjustments Temperature adjustments Tone Curve adjustments Color adjustments Split Toning adjustmentsIn part one of this two-part post, I will be covering the basic exposure adjustments, temperature adjustments and Tone Curve adjustments.
Be sure to check out part two, where I’ll dive into the color adjustments, touch briefly on color theory and split toning adjustments.
Temperature adjustmentsThe temperature adjustments panel is where most of the magic happens.
Tone Curve adjustmentsI love adjusting the Tone Curve — it’s what really adds that pop and depth to your images.
In part two, I will be covering the color adjustment panel and split toning!

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