here's a quick tip for how you whiten teeth in adobe lightroom, Classic CC. We're using a brush adjustment if you want to follow along, go ahead and open up the yellow teeth folder or file. I'm gonna zoom in here on the teeth, move around and then click the brush. I am going to turn auto mask on and I'm going to turn density all the way up, making sure the sides of my brushes a little bit bigger. And now we actually have a preset effect or a preset brush that we can use under effect, click our options and choose teeth whitening basically all it's doing is increasing exposure and decreasing saturation. So you could do that on your own. But then I'm just going to turn show selected mask, overlays on paint over our teeth Now because I clicked in the Teeth 1st and then I started painting. I'm still clicking. Lightroom knows mostly anyways to select that color and that exposure, it did kind of select a little bit of the tongue right here. So I'm going to actually take my eraser race in ther...
e, turn on auto mask and the racing here because I do just want my teeth to be selected. Now if you are a little bit worried about the edges right there. We could go back to our brush, turn off auto mask and just kind of really subtly maybe turn down the density. Turn up the feathering. Just paint over the edges, just a little bit, turn up the density. So we have everything selected around the edges so there's no sort of like weird edges to this effect. Cool. Okay, so that's pretty good. We can take a little bit more time to make that selection if we want. But if we turn off our mask, overlay with the a button, you can already see that. This makes the teeth really white now, depending on how white you want to make them. Sometimes it's a little bit better to have a little bit of natural yellow nous and so I might bring up my saturation just a little bit. And also the exposure also can help. So maybe bringing that down back down, especially if you're starting to lose information because it makes it overexposed. Maybe bring that down looks a little bit more natural. You don't want it to look completely fake and that's what you see on those, you know, dental advertisements for teeth whitening tool medication or whatever. You don't want it to look like that. You want it to look natural but a subtle change like this can make your teeth whiter and look better. No need to go to the dentist to do so. Okay awesome. Hopefully this tip help and we'll see you in another one