Making blanket edits and identifying special-case photos


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Making blanket edits and identifying special-case photos

So once my images are in Lightroom I want to really take a close look at them. And I figured what I would do is talk through my thought process for sort of scrubbing these files and what I'm thinking about. So ideally I've done a first pass on my camera I've done another pass on import. I've gone through and maybe I've flagged things but now I really want to take a close look at the images and for that what I'm going to do is completely turn out the lights. And I want to look at every image from afar and then zoom in. Believe it or not, this is exactly how this shot came off of the camera.

I really like it. I like the composition. I like the color. I'm thinking it probably wants a little bit of massaging, tiny bit of sharpening. But it doesn't need a whole lot of work. Whereas this image, also just as it came off the camera, it's sharp, which I'll see as I come in there, but it needs a lot of work. It just looks really flat. And there's probably some dust on t...

Making blanket edits and identifying special-case photos
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Making blanket edits and identifying special-case photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Bryan O'Neil Hughes as part of the Noise Reduction and Sharpening in Lightroom and Photoshop

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