Clever gradient masking in Lightroom | Simon d'Entremont

Some clever Lightroom techniques I've not seen before. Particularly like the use of gradient masks to accentuate existing light sources, and the "sandwich" technique is also very clever. Both work best now that Lightroom has such powerful automasking.

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