There are many, many video tutorials on YouTube for Capture One Pro and Lightroom Classic (in particular). I’ve watched a number of them over my years of using those two programs and found them to be generally useful and informative.
PhotoLab does not share in the plenty. Since I’ve used both other programs, and am transitioning off off Lightroom Classic, now, I’m finding it pretty easy to translate those techniques to PhotoLab. There are, of course, features that are specialized to the point that they cannot be translated, but those are few if some imagination is applied.
For example, I recently watched this one:
Some of my takeaways:
- He uses radial gradients to do some dodging and burning – we can use the masking brush with an appropriate feather.
- He uses linear gradients at the top and bottom to bring the viewer’s eye into the image – we can do that, too.
- He uses a really big radial gradient to emphasize the direction of light and an AI Mask to delete that gradient from the subject – we can use a really big feathered masking brush and a small Automatic Mask to subtract from it.
What videos have you found for other applications that can be translated for PhotoLab?