Just a quickie... Today I've been playing with Print Templates again and thought I would share them with you... Enjoy!!!! DOWNLOAD 3 3X2 LIGHTROOM PRINT TEMPLATE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzeUP4ERDSg The Print Module in Lightroom is one module I occasionally delve into... And I still have a lot of learning to do. But it is great asset. Especially if you want to do a collage. I found the above video from reading a blog post on LightroomPresets.com. So I thought I would give it … Continue reading The Print Module in Lightroom
Photographed at Ashenbank Woods near Cobham in Kent. Camera Settings Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: EF-S24mm f/2.8 STMF/Number: f/2.8ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 24mm Shutter Speed: 1/640 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic The HSL Panel in Lightroom is a very powerful tool, especially when changing colours of a Landscape. In Lightroom Lens CorrectionRemove Chromatic AberrationEnable Profile CorrectionsBasic PanelProfile … Continue reading Ashenbank Woods – Changing Colours – HSL
Back in July 2018, I set myself a challenge, to make a post every day for a year well, that one year turned into two... so in July I decided to take a well-earned break. Blogging got me through the lockdown.. but I found I was spending more hours on a computer than I really … Continue reading Going forward…
Take the above image for instance... say I wanted to change the tone of the steps. Yes, I could use the local adjustment brush tool.. but one way I've found that is very easy is this. Set all your sliders to 0. Put a graduated filter outside of the image in Lightroom Next, change the … Continue reading Multiple Adjustments – My Quick Way of Doing things. Fan of….#65
Originally this image was one of blossom photographed at Bateman In Lightroom, I added a grad filter to desaturate one half of the image and played around with the temperature sliders. Then I took the image to Photoshop. Where I performed the following steps. Duplicated Layer Added a Texture - Multiple Blend mode Added an … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Division
Yep... I'm staying put. I've read a lot of articles recently where people are not happy with Adobe's Creative Cloud. The price, the way Adobe ties you in... How you can't cancel your monthly subscription as and when you need to without you having to pay 50% of the remaining months of your contact. But … Continue reading Staying Put…
A photograph of Whitstable Castle in Kent, processed in Lightroom with deep blue and gold split toning.
Happy New Year Everyone xx We hope you had a great Xmas and we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. This month's Before and After photo challenge is a photograph of Llandudno photographed from the pier. DOWNLOAD FOR THIS MONTH'S PHOTO To use the image, which is in raw and jpeg, download … Continue reading Before and After Challenge – 1st January 2020
Lightroom Added Lens Correction and Remove Chromatic Abberation. Used the Transform Tool set to Auto and cropped the image. Sent to Photoshop. Photoshop Duplicated Layer On duplicate Layer added Motion Blur set to Angle -90 and Distance 166 Created Layer mask to remove some of the blur from the path. Added a Posterize Adjustment Layer … Continue reading Sheffield Gardens Path – Tutorial.
This month's Before and After photo challenge is a photograph of Canary Wharf taken from across the River at North Greenwich. DOWNLOAD FOR THIS MONTH'S PHOTO To use the image, which is in raw and jpeg, download the zip folder and then extract the image contained in the folder. My Edits In Lightroom, I used … Continue reading Before and After Challenge – 1st December 2019
Do you have images that have bland skies? Just like this one! It was a bright blue spring day when the above image was shot. I just loved how tall this tree was.. but the backdrop of the sky just wasn't right. So a trip to Luminar 4 and a touch of sky replacement and … Continue reading Luminar 4 – Sky Replacement
A split-toned image of Penshurst Place in Kent, processed in Lightroom.
Debbie's word this week for the One Word Sunday Photography challenge is Triangles. Triangular shapes are everywhere, especially in architecture. You can see in the picture above of St. Mary's Church in Chiddingstone Kent, the triangular shapes in the roofs of the church and the building next to the church. For the above image which … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Triangles
Let me start by saying that is one panel I never play with. Well, that was until today. Today I read an article on Photo Focus written by Serge Ramelli about things he wished he knew when he started to processing Landscape photos in Lightroom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUhZ_pZci6c In the video at 5.34, he started to talk … Continue reading The Calibration Panel in Lightroom Develop module
Playing around with various bits of software is one of the things I love doing. Take this image for instance.. photographed at Riverside Marina at Lymington, I loved the image but it was bland. The sky was bland.. there was a post I didn't like and a sign on the wooden board. So from Lightroom, … Continue reading A bit of everything with software
On a cold winter's morn, we set out for Dungeness to photograph the boats that sit on the shore. I liked the above image but it was too cluttered for me What with the black box, little dinghy and the wooden and jump by the little dark blue boat. Lightroom was not going to remove … Continue reading Boats at Dungeness
Way before we decided to take up photography, back in 2011, we visited Sidmouth on a windy day. Anyway this image was taken of the waves crashing over the rocks. There is something about it I like.. so I decided today to give it an Impressionistic paint effect in Topaz Impressions 2. I like what … Continue reading Just Playing Around with Photoshop and a Sidmouth Coastline Image