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Using filters in Lightroom helps bring out the best in what are often fairly ordinary photos. I like the image below. It has a glow/finish/saturation that appeals to me. It appeals much more than the original. It’s one of a set of photos that’s been sitting in Lightroom waiting for some post processing for a […]
If you looked through my recent photos from Marrakech, you probably noticed that the majority of them had had filters applied. Or, more accurately, Lightroom presets. There are pros and cons to this treatment. They can make an image look better. They can rescue an image that was otherwise blurred or imperfect enough to normally […]
I’ve been adding to my collection of photos of London, using a variety of Lightroom presets – click here to see the set. How good is Lightroom? I love to experiment with new tech. I flitter between Apple, Google and Microsoft products. I’ve swapped from MyOpera to Blogger to WordPress. I use different video editing […]
St Paul’s Cathedral, from across the river looking along the Millennium Bridge. Another example of using presets in Lightroom 4. It’s far from perfect. But I like it. Click on the image and you’ll see it large in Flickr.