How To Edit A Bikini Photo In 60 seconds using Lightroom Mobile
In this blogpost I am going to show how to effectively edit a bikini photo in just 60 seconds using Lightroom Mobile Presets!
How To Edit A Bikini Photo In 60 Seconds | Lightroom Mobile
Step 1: opEN lIGHTROOM mOBILE
Open up your Lightroom Mobile application on your phone or tablet.
Step 2: Choose a preset
Click on Presets to open up your Ollivves Lightroom Presets. If you haven’t downloaded your FREE presets yet, click on the link here to download them. Also watch my quick YouTube Tutorial on how to install the presets to your Lightroom Mobile Application
Step 3: aLTERNATIVE BEACH PRESET
Choose the Alternative Beach preset from Ollivves Beach Vol.1 Preset Pack on your Lightroom Mobile.
Step 4: See the difference. The photo has much better color saturation, details are clearly visible, the skin is significantly sharper and on focus. The lightning appears natural and the contrast between the colors is making it come alive.
Now let’s make a few additional changes to this unique picture, to make it look even better.
Step 5: Choose Light on your Lightroom Mobile to make some additional minor changes.
Step 6: Slightly increase the highlight, the shadows and the blacks for about +5 to +10 points.
Step 7: Choose the Curves tool on your Lightroom mobile.
Step 8: Play with the tail of the curve and adjust it a bit and see what works better.
Step 9: Press done to make sure the adjustments have been saved.
Step 10: Choose the Color tool on your Lightroom Mobile to adjust a little bit the green color of the bikini top.
Step 11: Adjust the Tint for +2 points upwards to the purple side.
Step 12: Choose the Effects tool on your Lightroom Mobile.
Step 13: Adjust Clarity for +4 points upwards.
And this is the result after applying the Preset Alternative Beach from the Beach Vol.1 Preset pack from Ollivves and adjusting for minor additional changes on the Lightroom Mobile Application
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If your interested in the Beach Preset Pack used to edit this photo you will find it here: