Hi everyone – here’s my next Image Reboot that I’ve put together for the Photo101 Rehab Clinic!!
Please enjoy 🙂
I’m happy to be back for the 4th Image Reboot, where we share some photo editing techniques to rescue or enhance an ordinary photograph. You can find the previous posts by searched for #imagereboot in the Reader.
I’ve had some people ask about some hints and tips around getting started with Lightroom – importing and cataloguing etc, so I will do that in Image Reboot #5 in August.
This month, I’m taking a photo from my back garden. I really like this plant, actually it belongs to my neighbour but it hangs over my fence slightly. We had one of these when I was growing up. The fine, feather pink petals close up overnight. I was quite taken with the water droplet on the petals but as you can see below, it doesn’t look so great on camera.
Here’s where some editing comes in!
- In Lightroom, I have a
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