Get To Know The Basics In Lightroom

Generally, Adobe Lightroom contains a lot of useful and exciting features that can help both amateur and professional photographers with their editing workload. However, because of its massive services, people tend to overlook the important ones such as the control panel and other tools such as the sliders, print mode, and web sharing. That’s why in this article, we want to let you understand the importance and functions of the control panel in Lightroom.

Close up of photographer Sarah LeeThe control panel in Lightroom is the heart and mind of the whole program. It contains the most important, yet basic functions. It is located on the right side of the develop module interface. These controls under the control panel will give users the idea on how to edit  and adjust the colors in the image easily. We always have to remember that Adobe Lightroom was developed to assist photographers in modifying their images as easy as possible.

The Control Panel Setting In Lightroom

Treatment Adjustment

Basically,  this control can be seen in the first page of the control panel settings. If you don’t know how to use it, you may refer to other Lightroom preset tutorials to understand the program. However, if you have an idea on how to use it, you can immediately use it to make different changes in your image such as the black and white setting, brightness, and more.

White Balance

White balance settings can be found anywhere, literally. It can be in your iPhone camera settings, digital camera settings, and other known post processing tool. However, the white balance control setting in Lightroom is better than any other devices since it automatically detects pixels and spots that needs immediate upgrade.

Color Contrast

Adjusting the color contrast of the images in Lightroom is easy. Like any other image editor, you only need to hover and control the sliders until you are satisfied with the changes. A Lightroom contrast editor is more convenient since it can be used for both major and minor editing.


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