I give you an introduction to processing and how visualization stays at the center of your work even when you’re processing.
I show you how to move your images into Lightroom and how to begin organizing your images.
Let’s dive deeper into some of the ways to organize your images to make processing easier.
Now I dive into the processing by showing you the key controls you need to know and how I process an image.
Let’s take a look at processing again with another image and show a few more controls.
Sometimes you capture undesirable noise in your images, so here are some tips to help improve your images.
Let’s review what we’ve gone over in Lightroom.
Here are some easy ways to calibrate your monitor so that you can be confident that you’re processing will look the way you visualize it.
Processing Crash Course
I will go over a quick summary of what we discussed on processing.
"Like Marc, I started photography in the film era, and invested the nights of my youth surrounded by chemicals in the darkroom. Despite everything it taught me about image making I wholeheartedly agree with his recommendation to leave printing of digital images to the experts. It is a whole different discipline that will take a long time to master.
I particularly enjoyed the detailed section on processing digital images, an area in which my image making needs improvement." - E
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