Lightroom 6 Tutorial – How to edit architecture in Lightroom CC

In this Lightroom 6 Video Tutorial I show you haw to edit amazing architecture photography in Lightroom. This is a lightroom tutorial for beginners and professionals to learn new Lightroom techniques. Learning how to editing architecture photography In Lightroom CC is quick and easy with the Lightroom Full Edit. Ed Gregory shows you how to do a Lightroom CC full edit using techniques like lens corrections, tone curve, landscape techniques and select area editing in lightroom.

Each week I will select a photo from the Facebook page and do a complete edit on it so you can see what photo editing techniques I use in lightroom CC. This is great for Lightroom CC Tutorial for beginners and advance users to learn lightroom techniques

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– Lightroom 6 architecture edit
– Lightroom CC Landscape
– How to edit a photo in lightroom 6
– How to edit landscapes in Lightroom Tutorial


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  1. Guruh Sulistiyono
    February 21, 2016

    Right after you put the graduated filter. You say "when I hit O here. I am gonna see where this mask take effect" and red fade appear in the picture. I would like to do the same in my pc. Could you please what is the key I need to press in pc?

  2. Chris Kay
    February 21, 2016

    Brilliant. New subscriber here.

    Waiting for my Lightroom 6 to be delivered, so I'm soaking up all of your experience.

    Can Lightroom 6 correct photos of tall buildings that appear to be leaning or is it strictly colour correction? Or is that something that has to be done in Photoshop?

    Back in my film days in the 70's, the only way that could be corrected was using a 4X5 camera with tilt and swing.

    Thanks for your informative vids. And keep dancing.

    Cheers mate !

  3. tattotoro
    February 23, 2016

    Just became a fan and a suscriber. Would love to see some studio photo editing, portraits with flashes, softboxes, backdrops and stuff. Also a video about working on differente skin tones. greetings.

  4. boshy2011
    March 22, 2016

    usefull allah bless you

  5. boshy2011
    March 22, 2016

    my greetings from egypt

  6. Jon Jenkins
    April 19, 2016

    Good tutorial, however you are editing a JPEG file thereby destroying it!

  7. Natthawut Chakhattrai
    May 9, 2016

    Thank you. I have a lot of problem when I edit the buildings and sky ,your tip help me so much.

  8. biffy7
    May 14, 2016

    So, ignore my [SHIFT] Joey comment from the other video. Another well done video. Thx.

  9. Huizi Zeng
    May 30, 2016

    haha my favorite is the beginning dance

  10. abinator00
    May 31, 2016

    its not straight man lol

  11. Darren2121
    June 20, 2016

    Hi Ed! This is fabulous! I am a budding photographer and am new to Lightroom. Your videos have been a great help in my learning. So big thanks from Singapore!

    But I have a small issue. I can't seem to find the brush option for the graduated filter. I cannot display the mask overlay for my graduated filter. Clicking O does not work. Could this be because I am using Lightroom 5 instead of 6? And if that is the case, could you advise me on what i can do to correct my photo?

    Currently working on a silhouette shot. 😀

    I hope to hear from you soon! Cheers!

  12. Rajendra Shetty
    July 25, 2016

    like it

  13. Mladen Medunic
    August 15, 2016

    Ed, how do you activate that red overlay that shows you what areas of the photos you're editing?

  14. seanminator
    January 4, 2017

    Thanks! Great tutorial

  15. Donald Helvey II
    January 23, 2017


  16. Ravetrix
    February 5, 2017

    Nice one Greg!

  17. Dani F
    March 7, 2017

    Thumbnail and the final result they are different

  18. tyler
    May 20, 2017

    Why did you edit a jpg…

  19. Choco Chips
    August 23, 2017

    like your tutorial.. it help me so much.. thanks for sharing this …

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