How i speed up and improve my postproduction process with Lightroom presets and brushes
Do you know what happen when a photoshooting session ends?
Either outdoor or in studio, whenever i’m looking through the viewfinder of my camera, i’m 100% happy but after that, the less exciting part starts. Well, i’m still excited when i download the pics on my computer but, once i have to start the post production and go through hundred of pictures to adjust or improve some aspects, i could lose my excitement. I’m not a fan of pixel peeping, i don’t want too overwork the images and i want to keep them as natural as possible but it’s also true that, when i deal with landscape photography, I like to emphasize the atmosphere, maybe with a more dramatic sky or a warmer sunset. Sometime, i add sunbeams, i have to admit. 🙂
Since i’ve discovered Adobe Lightroom, he is my faithful assistant,giving me a very big help in the whole post production process, even more when i found out the power of presets and brushes. Of course, the good way is to have the image perfect already in the camera, but we know is not always easy.