While going through the photos from Taiwan for yesterday’s monthly “throwback” post, I inevitably saw a couple of unedited photos that I liked enough to work on them and in this particular one, it was possible to show a few useful techniques in a very simple photograph, so I recorded a video of the process.
Video: Where To Begin (Developing Photos)
The one or two questions I hear a lot as a Lightroom & photography instructor are “how do you know what to do when you’re developing a photo” and “where do you begin?” — in this video, I’m trying to provide ONE possible answer.
Multiple Exposure Play
Creating abstract and experimental photographs, abusing the Exposure Fusion process to generate multiple exposure like images from stacks of similar exposures.
The first stop of our one-week trip at the end of August was Los Osos*, where we stayed for a couple of nights to explore and photograph the beautiful rugged coastline and the oak forests alike.
Sunrise Above The Clouds
Photographing the sunrise above the marine layer, with tech notes on how the photo was made.
Halloween Sunset, Bernardo Mountain
The skies looked promising yesterday in the late afternoon, so I went for a quick walk to “that new/old spot” overlooking Lake Hodges again. I knew that the direction probably wouldn’t be “perfect” for a sunset photo so this was more to still my curiosity.