Canon 1DS Mk III, 1/6 sec @f/16, ISO 100, 19mm
It’s been a while since I’ve made a Lightroom video tutorial, and I do plan on creating these more regularly based on feedback from many of you. So here’s one of a recent image I made right here in the Hudson Valley – “Highlands Dawn.” A big part of my workflow is having a clear vision of what the final print will look like, and that’s something I find extremely important when processing RAW files. Knowing why you’re making an adjustment, or having a sense of what you want the image to convey will help tremendously when making critical decisions in the processing and overall workflow.
I hope this tutorial helps you think about these things when you’re processing your own images, and improves both your workflow and final result. Please leave any comments or questions below – the feedback helps me for future tutorials, and I’m always willing to help as much as I can.