Editing Ski Photos with Lightroom

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It's that time of the year again…. Time to go through more photos than you had realized were captured, and narrow down to the best ones for submissions/editing.  Anytime a submission calls for JPEG's, I like to go through and do quick edits on every image.  This is a task that can be extremely daunting, but with lightroom has become a quick and easy process. After having spent so much…

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Photoshop Layers: How to avoid over-editing!

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One of the most common mistakes that photographers make is over-editing photos.  I've seen great images taken, and then edited into oblivion with the photographer thinking they are actually making it better.  So how do you avoid doing this if you don't even know you are doing it?  Find a happy medium and use layers to make this work. I realized the other day while I was editing that I had developed…

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Multiply for a True Blue Sky!

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A blue sky can seriously make any image better, but what can you do when it turns out a bit pale, and doesn't truly reflect how blue the sky was?  Use a multiply layer to bring out the blue in post production! There are several reasons why a sky can turn out lackluster.  One of the main reasons is your angle to the sun.  Certain angles will wash out the…

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