Merry Christmas Eve, everybody (and Happy Hanukkah). I hope you’re enjoying the holidays, and here’s a tip to help the Lightroom side of your holidays:
If you’re using the Adjustment Brush (or any of the adjustment tools, like the Graduated Filter or Radial filter) and you can’t see the mask because you’re editing something that’s in red (the mask is red by default, so it makes the mask nearly impossible to see when you’re painting over something red), here’s how to quickly change the mask color so you can actually see what you’re editing. Here ya go:
I hope you found that helpful.
Here’s wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas. Hope Santa brings you lots of photo gear (or the latest version of Modern Warfare — it’s really good!).
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