A Landscape Photographer’s Editing Workflow in Lightroom and Photoshop
There are so many ways to approach editing a landscape image, and virtually every photographer has their own way of doing things. This video is a peek into my own workflow, as I edit an image for the first time while on a live-stream.
For the beginner, opening up an editing application for the first time is a daunting process. We all kind of start the same way, though, by getting to grips with some type of raw editing software like On1 Photo, Luminar, Exposure X5, etc. and then eventually stepping things up a notch with Photoshop. There’s a reason that there really is no equivalent to Adobe’s flagship creative application. As Adobe has added more and more features over the years, there are still a ton of legacy tools within it, allowing the user to approach the same problem…
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