I made a fairly long video (25mins!!) – In it I discuss the four main physical photography filters, and whether you need them all. I also show how to blend bracketed images in Lightroom and Photoshop and demonstrate graduated and radial filters in Lightroom and show how you can use make the filter more targeted with luminosity mask.
Following news that the current lockdown was going to last beyond early March, I realised that I wasn’t going to be able to celebrate my birthday down to Cornwall, like I usually do. Frankly, it put me in a bit of tailspin, so after a few days, I tried to look for some positives, and came up with a list of 20 ideas to spark some creativity for photographers like me, fed up with being locked down. I hope you find the video useful and that some of the ideas might help you creatively or give you some inspiration. Let me know. Thanks!
When I was down in Cornwall in early December, my camera took a tumble and it couldn’t be fixed. Thankfully, my insurance company (Direct Line! Many thanks) provided a like-for-like replacement. In this video I show how I set the camera up ready for landscape photography (which due to the latest lockdown may not be for sometime!). Instead I stand in my garden talking between the cars and trains going by on the road outside and showing how I’ve set it up.
I hope you enjoy the video.
A new video about what I learned in 2020 about landscape photography. Please go and have a look.
I used three separate photos to make this image. Hit the link to see how I did it.
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Here’s another YouTube video, this time on how to edit pictures with the Orton Effect that can give pictures a lovely warm, ethereal glow. I hope you enjoy it.
This is the sixth and final part of my Lightroom for Dummies, by Dummies course and hope you have enjoyed them. I will be doing more videos in coming weeks, so please subscribe over on YouTube and hit the bell icon so that when a new video becomes available, you’ll get a notification. Thanks, Keith
In this penultimate video (5 of 6) in this series of basic editing workflow tutorials, I show how the Hue, Saturation and particularly Luminosity (HSL) of the colours in an image can be individually changed to enhance the feeling and impact of an image.
So here is Part III of my introductory / basic level Lightroom workflow tutorial. This one focuses on the the basic controls of exposure, contrast, shadow, highlights, whites and blacks. Hope you enjoy it. Feedback welcome.