Clarity slider adjustment can be found in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. The sliders work most the time but not always. Clarity is mid range contrast and can really punch up an image but if it gets into some highlight or shadow areas where it is unwanted it becomes a pain to deal with. This short video shows how to make a clarity adjustment in Photoshop and how to control in the highlights and shadows. I have used this a lot over the last couple of years and find it very fast and controllable. When a simple slider in Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw does not work for you give this a try. I would love to hear how well this works for you. Do not forget to subscribe so you wont miss the next blog. Until next time “Keep on Shooting”.

About John Aydelotte

I aspire to pass on some of the 40 years of imaging knowledge I have acquired. I have a true passion for imaging and wish to enjoy my retirement from Commercial Photography by creating images from my heart. I am still taking a few Freelance jobs but would love to teach and lead others on their amazing photography journey. I have two grown children and 7 grandchildren. I am focusing on photography, education and retirement.

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