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Werrikimbe kangaroo suite

November 18, 2016  •  1 Comment

 

Adobe Photoshop has been a part of my photographic practice since 1999. Before that, I used Corel PhotoPaint for nine years. I've used Adobe Lightroom since version 1 back in 2007. Lightroom is a low cost tool that I believe is the best solution for people new to digital photography who want to learn how to process their images without the daunting learning curve imposed by Photoshop. Here's a brief example of how an image captured by the camera can be processed in different ways with a few adjustments in Lightroom.

<This is not a paid advertisement for Adobe's product>

The six images in this slideshow were created using Lightroom's slideshow function.

Questions? Please post in comments below. ®


Comments

Denise McDermott(non-registered)
Very helpful and beautifully done. I enjoyed the sounds of the morning as well. Thanks Rob.
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