Vibrance And Saturation Lightroom 6 / CC Tutorial

Saturation and Vibrance tutorial and how to use them correctly. The difference between Vibrance and Saturation is important to learn who using lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC. Lightroom editing is a great photography skill to have and these lightroom tips and tricks with help you learn quickly.

This photography Tutorial for beginners will help you become better at lightroom editing and is brought to you by:

In this Video you will learn:

– Vibrance Lightroom edits
– Saturation Lightroom CC edits
– Basic panel in Lightroom
– Photograph color toning
– Retouching in Lightroom 6


Part 1 – Lightroom Quick Start Guide –

Part 1 – Library Module basics
Part 2 – Collections

Part 1 – Basic Panel –
Part 2 – Crop tool –
Part 3 – Tone Curve –
Part 4 – HDR Merge –
Part 5 – Selective Color –
Part 6 – Amazing Skies –
Part 7 – HSL –
Part 8 – Radial Filter –
Part 9 – Spot Removal –
Part 10 – Split Toning –
Part 11 – Lens Corrections –
Part 12 – High Fashion Color Toning –
Part 13 – Clarity Tool –
Part 14 – Vibrance And Saturation –

Part 1 – How To Retouch Eyes –


Part 1 – Full Beauty Retouch –
Part 2 – Full Landscape Retouch –

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22 thoughts on “Vibrance And Saturation Lightroom 6 / CC Tutorial

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    Great tutorial. Although I already knew about the difference between Vibrance and Saturation, the idea of increasing vibrance while reducing saturation at the same time, to bring more "pops" to the image, is quite refreshing to me.

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    Hey Ed, I luv the videos! I have been working with lightroom for about a year now, so I've been doing alittle experimenting with different saturation levels. I like to give my photos an almost fantasy like feel to them but what I don't like is when there appears to be a glow around certain objects such as a pier. How do I get rid of this? Look forward to hearing from you

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    Hi Ed. Hello from Russia. Thanks for your work. I love all your video. So helpfull and interesting. Thanks a lot.

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    Nice videos! Can you do one on exporting from LR to FB, IG, and Flickr? Sizes and settings for each for best quality. That would be great! Thanks.

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    great videos, been very well explained. Was curious to know with the photo that was used, what would you choose for the vibrance and sat. would like to see preferred setting. Ive never thought if going a bit negative with sat, thanks again

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    These videos are really helpful. Would you please consider doing a tutorial on the histogram? How to use it? What does a "good" histogram look like? Clipping of various tones, colors, etc.?
    I really like your tutorial style and a histogram episode would be much appreciated.

  • February 12, 2019 at 08:50

    Great video. There's one thing I'm not so sure about though.

    You say that vibrance affects the mid tones but I thought it affected those colours which weren't already saturated. So in your picture, when you increased the vibrance it affected the rocks (mid tone but not already saturated).

    Or have I got it all wrong?

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