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Lightroom Basics For Forest and Landscape Photography Part 3

April 01, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Even though many people might think of Photoshop first for colour toning their images, there are many ways that this can be done in Lightroom as well. Today I want to talk about colour in Lightroom and how I approach this. I am going to choose another picture for this tutorial, because this picture has a lot of different kinds of colors in it. I...
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Lightroom Basics For Forest and Landscape Photography Part 2

March 24, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Welcome to part 2 of my Lightroom Editing series. We are moving on to the next panels in Lightroom to further refine the picture that I started working on in part 1 of this series. Even though I usually don't use the curves panel in Lightroom, because I find it easier to work with in Photoshop, Curves play a huge part in my editing process.If yo...
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Lightroom Basics For Forest and Landscape Photography Part 1

March 22, 2020  •  1 Comment
Whilst so many of us are confined to our homes at the moment, many photographers turn to their picture archives. If your archives are anything like mine, there are huge amounts of pictures in there, that need editing. In Part 1 of this Lightroom series, I will try to inspire you to get more out of Lightroom and to take away a bit of the overwhelm...
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The Photographic Plateau: When The View Is Bleak

February 11, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
When starting out most photographers face a steep learning curve which starts by learning about the techniques behind capturing that perfect picture, which is sharp and straight, then moving on to learning about things like aperture and shutter speed and then to things like composition. We learn rules, exceptions to rules, about what is supposed to...
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Twenty Nineteen In Retrospect

January 28, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Twenty nineteen ended weeks ago and it was a blazing fast year for me. A year in which the death of a loved one casted long shadows over my mood, my priorities and my work as well. It was a year in which I taught many workshops, made numerous new friends, wrote a few books and had very little time to take pictures just for me. After one last book...
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