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Introducing Perfectly Clear 3.5 We’re super excited to announce a major update to Perfectly Clear— Version 3.5. Whether you’re using Perfectly Clear Complete or Perfectly Clear Essentials, we have some major improvements to make your photo workflow even better. Perfectly Clear is Now A Stand-Alone Application! We want as as many photographers as possible to […]Tags: Lightroom, Perfectly Clear v3.5, Photoshop
Perfectly Clear offers an optional set of controls so you can fine-tune your image before saving. Called Finishing Tools, this set of adjustments lets you manually adjust the tone and color of an image to allow for small tweaks or even big changes. You’ll find these controls at the bottom of the Editing panel. If […]Tags: Lightroom, Perfectly Clear v3.5, Photoshop
Working with Visual Presets and LOOKS Looking for a new way to work with presets or LOOKs? You’ll find a great new way to see what your presets will look like without even having too apply them. You can now see both LOOKS and presets as useful thumbnail icons. You’ll see what results each gives […]Tags: Lightroom, Perfectly Clear v3.5, Photoshop
Working with the Graduated Filters (Radial and Linear) Have you ever wanted to selectively adjust your photo with Perfectly Clear? Using either a linear or a radial gradient, you can now apply adjustments to only part of your image. This is a very useful option whether you’re shooting traditional landscape photos or stunning portraits. Think […]Tags: Lightroom, Perfectly Clear v3.5, Photoshop
Welcome to this QuickStart overview to get you running with Perfectly Clear Complete. This video will help you use the plugin with Adobe Lightroom You’ll find additional training tutorials on our website and YouTube channel that go into greater detail on all features. Installing Perfectly Clear Complete If you’ve purchased Perfectly Clear Complete, you should […]Tags: Lightroom
Let’s get started.First, launch Adobe Lightroom. You can do this by clicking its icon in your Dock or Start menu.Now select one or more images in your library that you’d like to improve with Perfectly Clear.There are two ways of editing images using Perfectly Clear when working with Lightroom. One method involves the Export command […]Tags: Lightroom
If you need to process a lot of photos, batch exporting is a huge timesaver. You can use this type of workflow for a first pass client review (such as processing several photos from a wedding or fashion shoot). Or perhaps you have many images from a real estate or event job that you need […]Tags: Lightroom
Many Lightroom users have embraced a raw workflow. The extra information in a raw file zM6BQ1K3_oAgives you a lot of information that can be used to create the best image. With minimal work, you can create a new image from the raw file and then pass that file to Perfectly Clear to create the […]Tags: Lightroom
Many Lightroom users also use Adobe Photoshop. The two programs can work hand in hand and are also part of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan. Lightroom is great for organizing images and making basic corrections while Photoshop has advanced tools for repairing problems and compositing. Because both are included in the Adobe Creative Cloud […]Tags: Lightroom
When you use Perfectly Clear with Lightroom, you have two distinct workflows to choose from. The Edit In workflow allows you to work with the Perfectly Clear controls to create custom results. The Export workflow is ideal for batch processing large volumes automatically or reviewing the result of the auto corrections, approving and fine tuning […]Tags: Lightroom