In this tutorial, we go over how to use the Lightroom calibration tool to help achieve a better film look.
The camera calibration module is one of those tools in Lightroom that I ignored for years when I was first learning photography, but it actually has a few great uses not only for landscape photography but just for general photo editing.
Today I use the Calibration tool as a staple for editing my photos and building my presets since they are invaluable at creating those film-like color shifts for more unique color harmonies.
To use the tool properly you will need to work with the HSL tools to tune and dial in the looks you’re going for which is covered in this video.
More videos will be coming. I’m still kind of setting everything up and dialing in my studios with lighting and sound insulation, etc, etc.