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Looking at the post work done on some of the food photos

Male: I would like to show you a few of the things that I do to improve my images using post-processing software. So, I'm going to look at this picture here and see right away that it's a little flat. It's lacking some contrast. So, in Lightroom's Develop module I'm going to come over to the basic panel, and I'm going to move the clarity slider to the right, and that's going to bump up the mid-tone contrast. And right away there's an improvement. I'm also going to move my black slider to the left.

going to darken the blacks, give it more contrast. But by doing that I've also closed down the shadow areas and lost detail there. Now, Lightroom has a wonderful shadow recovery capability, by just moving the shadow slider over to the right I'll open up the shadow areas. And also I can recover details that are lost in the highlights by moving highlight slider over to the left, which I've also done here. And then finally I've moved the exposure value slightly...

Looking at the post work done on some of the food photos
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Looking at the post work done on some of the food photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Mikkel Aaland as part of the Travel Photography: Portrait of a City Neighborhood

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