India has a ton of problems that need fixing. Pollution, poverty and plastic waste all spring to mind. But the particular issue to which I refer is the processing of my photos from my holiday. I have a confession – I shot for two days straight with the white balance on my camera stuck at the far setting, enveloping every shot in a ghastly shade of red. Schoolboy error.for the first day at the Taj Mahal, because the lighting was poor and the LCD on the camera evern poorer. I did notice on day two, but it took me all day to work out what was wrong.
I made a quick job of ‘correcting’ the issue in Lightroom and VSCO, but I rushed it and focused too much on the filter I wanted to apply. I should have been more patient. You can see the difference a bit of TLC can make. Compare the image above with the original. Methinks I should apply that level of TLC to the rest of my shots from those couple of days.