Cinematic Color Grading In Lightroom has 54 tutorial videos and is approximately 8.0 hours in length.
Color grading is an art form that can make or break a photograph. It's also one of the most difficult aspects of photography to master. Most color correction tutorials are either too technical, or they don't show you how to implement what they're teaching in real world situations. Not this course! In Cinematic Color Grading, Justin Lister shows you exactly how he makes his photos look so good and walks you through each step along the way in Adobe Lightroom If your goal is to take your images from good to great then this is the only course on color grading that you'll ever need! Join over 100,000 students who have learned from PRO EDU and start improving your own work today!
Broncolor Award-winning photographer Justin Lister's class will teach you how to create beautiful, evocative color in your photos and images using Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop. In this comprehensive tutorial, Justin takes you from RAW processing to the final export.
You'll go through every step of creating cinematic color grading with RAW files right inside Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. This includes going from importing all the way through exporting finished JPEGs or TIFFs so they can be shared online or printed out as high-quality prints. The techniques taught are applicable no matter what type of camera.
I really had no idea of many of those features of Lightroom, so big thanks to Justin for saving me time.- Manuel W.
This course is packed with extras including Justin's award winning RAW images shot on medium format. Get a first-hand look at how Justin Lister, one of the industry's best photographers, creates beautiful and evocative images in this comprehensive tutorial. Download it today and own it forever or join the premium PRO PLAN and get unlimited access to stream and download EVERYTHING.
Winner of the Broncolor Gen Next award, Justin Lister has built a six-figure career in photography as a wedding shooter, editorial, commercial and now fine-art photographer.
I had never thought of how long it took me to color grade in Photoshop until I saw how fast he did it in Lightroom. - Thomas F.