“In this lesson, we’ll use additional tools like ‘Frame’, ‘Crop’ (linear or circular gradual) and ‘Brush’, and I’ll show you how the ‘Clone’ tool can help you enhance your photos.”
In this video lesson, Ana Herrera (AHR Photos) covers the topic: Additional tools, which is part of the online course Domestic: Batch photo editing in Lightroom Classic. Learn how to edit a large number of images using presets and retouching techniques to achieve smoothly styled results.
Partial video transcript
“Add-on Tools In this lesson, I’ll teach you the add-on tools found in Lightroom. Once we have the photos edited in batches, we will use these tools to improve our photos. The additional tools we will see are Adjust and Crop, Linear Gradient, Circular Gradient and Clone tool. Go ahead.
Since we have all of our photos edited in both color and black and white, I present to you additional tools that you can find in Lightroom that will help you perfect the final result of your photo. These tools…”
We generate this transcript automatically and errors may occur. Course Summary: Lightroom Classic‘s Batch Photo Editing
- Beginner level
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- 345 students
- 4 didactic units
- 14 lessons (2 h 8 m)
- 3 additional features
- Photos and video
- Adobe Lightroom
- Photo post-production, photo retouching
Joined July 2021
Ana Herrera is a professional photographer at AHR photos. He comes from Seville (Spain) and specializes in wedding photography with many years of experience. She likes to tell stories and create unforgettable memories, portraying each moment with an aesthetic touch that she manages to hone in the editing process.
Her work has been featured in industry publications such as Rock my wedding, Wedding Trends and Ruffled.
The foundation highlights how self-testing for the new coronavirus works
Self-tests for the detection of the novel coronavirus will act as another tool to guide people who suspect Covid-19. Amazonas Health Surveillance Foundation – Dr. Rosemary Costa Pinto (FVS-RCP) highlights the functioning of the self-examination for the new coronavirus, which has been approved by the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).
The implementation of these tests is a strategy of the Ministry of Health’s National Plan for the expansion of testing for Covid-19 and is available for sale in drugstores and other commercial establishments with a proper health surveillance license and sale over the Internet is not allowed.
- According to the director-president of the FVS-RCP, Taťána Amorim, anyone can use the self-test without needing a medical professional, and it helps in times when a person does not feel like going to a health clinic. or a test center, or just do it at home instead.
- “It is important that people continue to be tested for Covid-19. Thanks to self-tests, people do not have to go to public or private testing services and have the convenience of performing them at home,” says Taťána.
The strategy is useful for those who have suspected symptoms of Covid-19 or those who believe they have been in contact with people who have been confirmed or suspected of having the infection. A confirmatory diagnosis of the new coronavirus can be made at the health department, where the patient undergoes a specialist examination and undergoes a new test.
FVS-RCP Health Surveillance Department Head (Devisa/FVS-RCP) Jackson Alagoas emphasizes that self-tests are similar to antigen tests, but with shallow nasal sampling.
“The person himself can know whether or not he has Covid-19 at that moment. However, it is necessary to point out that these products can only be marketed by establishments regulated by health supervision and no company may sell them over the Internet. You have to have a hygiene license to do that,” says Jackson.