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I want to get black background in portrait and effect like this,check my attach image file. by using which software I can get this,I guess by Lightroom but I try and failed.So Please anyone help me to get out of this problem

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I wouldn't use Lightroom, although it is probably possible. I would use Photoshop or GIMP if you don't have PS. Convert to BW, add some layer masks and start messing with the levels. You'll get it. –  dpollitt Jul 31 at 18:29
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Or you could just shoot it correctly to kill the ambient. photo.stackexchange.com/q/34392/15871 –  Michael Clark Jul 31 at 22:19
    
See also: photo.stackexchange.com/q/18537/15871 –  Michael Clark Jul 31 at 22:22

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Lightroom isn't designed for this type of photo editing; this is what Photoshop is designed to do. Even if you don't eventually use Photoshop, search Google/Youtube for "Photoshop Masking", or "Replace Background Photoshop". There are literally hundreds of tutorials that will walk you through how to mask.

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