- [Instructor] The next step for me with a project like this…is to put all of these images into a collection,…and then to begin to work on the image itself.…So here I'll press command on a Mac,…control A on Windows, to select all.…And then if you're in the library module,…you can press a short cut to create a collection.…That's command N on a Mac, control N on Windows.…I'm gonna go ahead and name this one Selects,…and I'll just put it at the main level,…and include the selected photos and click create.…
And this way I now have my little collection…of selects down here.…One of the reasons why I like to do that…is 'cause you can then reorder things.…So I can say now I have the image…I want to work on right here,…versus in the mix of all of these.…And once I have that, so what I'm gonna do…is start to crop the image.…So when we go to the develop module,…you can see when I tap the R key to access the crop tool,…it makes us aware the image is a little bit off center.…So these overlays are really helpful…because they give you insight to maybe problems…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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