I am just learning Lightroom and went through some of my older images that "failed" because the lighting was not correctly on my subject. I show with two examples how I have found this can be adjusted. One using whole image increased exposure followed by targeted reduction. The other using targeted increases to the exposure.
If you have read my articles you will know that I like and follow Eric Kim. I noticed that a latest Youtube video from Eric was not in my subscription feed, even though time wise it should have been. This is youtube's new subscriber algorithm.
Lightroom is a great tool, but sometimes there are things that we need to do to make it easier. Here are 4 tips that make Lightroom easier for you to use and increases the speed of managing lots of pictures from an event.
Expecting sun, we ended up with rain. Having planned on visiting a new area of Chiemsee, we gave up and returned to where we have been before. Managed to get some street photography shots in the rain.
Finding a suitable street photography camera is important. Suitable for the photographer's style and bank balance. There are so many cameras today and so many situations. Here's my thinking and some suggestions...
Over the last few weeks I have been learning Lightroom. Video tutorials and free presets seemed to be a good place to start to get a feel for the tool. In reality the options, their function and the tool took the least time to understand. What took time was establishing the way I was going
I have gathered together information that I think will help photographers visiting Munich. The main aim being to make your visit more enjoyable, productive, safer and cheaper.
I like Eric Kim. He has provided much information, ideas and guides to the internet community for many years. He is happy and enthusiastic for the genre and this rubs off on most people. His information comes in written, pictorial and video formats, which makes it suitable for all types.
Street photography often entails photographing people in public. What is the law in different countries for photographing people in public spaces? Here's a good start...
I am not a great fan of editing. I always try to get it right in camera. Getting to grips with Lightroom 6 has made me recognise opportunities and I wanted to share some of my progress from the last few days.