How to edit drone photos. This is a question that I have gotten from many people recently. I have put together a class where I cover exactly how to edit drone photos to make them pop.
I have been shooting with drones for a long time. The perspectives you can get with this awesome little machines are insane. However, you need to know how to finish this images. Taking them is just step one, editing them is just as important as taking them.
In this easy to understand Lightroom course, you will learn how to finish your drone images like a boss. I cover all the basics and go into detail about why I do what I do.
Going over the basic panel, the lens corrections, the detail panel, tone curbs and explain every step of the way. I try to keep my classes short and simple so everyone can understand and start applying these techniques to their workflow right away.
I have been editing with Lightroom for 9 years and knowing what every slider does is very important. If you are ready to take you drone images to the next level check out my class. You won’t be disappointed. In fact, you can watch it for free.
You get two months free when you use this link. I also have other classes on there that will help you take your photography and your photography career to the next level.
Drop by check it out and upload some of your drone images. I can’t wait to see them.
If you want to edit your drone images with just one click check this out.
How do you use the contrast slider in Lightroom? The best Lightroom tool that almost always gets underused by most photographers especially beginner photographers is the contrast tool. It is an intimidating tool because if used incorrectly, you can potentially destroy your image.
The contrast tool is my favorite tool to finish an image with. Once I edit a photo the way I like it, (landscape, portrait or any kind of image) I always go to my contrast slider to finish it up.
Contrast makes the photo look real, it makes it look like a finished image. If you are ever in doubt of how to edit a photo or what you need to do to an image to make it pop, always go to the contrast slider.
When you watch the video below, you can see that the image above looks really good after I edited it and before I touched it up. However, once I brought up the contrast the photograph came alive. It made it look so much better. Like a suit without a tie, the contrast slider is the tie to finish off the suit.
Contrast is just as important as anything else, but I always give it a bit more love than all the other sliders. Contrast brings the colors of an image together, it darkens the right spots and it makes your sky pop.
When you use contrast correctly in combination with all the sliders in Lightroom, you will see a very large difference in your images.
Contrast should always be adjusted in all of your images. Once you start to do it and getting familiar with it, you will see there is nothing to fear.
In this video, you can see how I use contrast to bring my photo to life and to finish it off before sending it off to print.
What are the 3 Lightroom tools you must know as a photographer? In this video, I cover 3 must know tools in your Lightroom develop module. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, this tools will help you get the most out of your images. Technology nowadays is so good that with the information you capture in a RAW file you can do a lot. From enhancing the dynamic range to basically adjusting just about everything inside your image.
I use this 3 tools on a daily basis when editing my images. I find that local adjustments are very useful in every image making it unique to your style.
Remember it’s all about the subtle changes, all the small adjustments you do to your image will come together at the end making a stunning photograph.
Real estate photography is a great way to make money on any market. However, a lot of photographers start out without knowing much about how to take great real estate photos. It is not the hardest thing in the world, however, it does require technical ability and an eye for the craft.
In this video, I share my most used techniques when it comes to Real Estate Photography. Real Estate Photography can be lots of fun and a great way to make a living money.
How to edit real estate pictures. lots of people seem to struggle with this particular topic. People often ask me: Edin how do I edit my Real Estate Pictures so they look nice and clean just like yours?
My answer is always the same. It takes a long time to develop your editing skills and style. Years of shooting and years of editing your photos will get you there. It is not as hard as you think, all you have to do is find your grove. Let’s talk about that.
Finding your groove in photo editing is just like anything else. You need to exercise your photography editing muscle daily. The more you exercise it, the stronger it gets.
If you are just starting out and have no idea as to what you are doing, I recommend you download my Real Estate Lightroom Presets. I decided to come up with an easier way to edit that I could have available to everyone. This particular Real Estate Lightroom Preset pack comes with a bonus video to get you editing like a pro. You can adjust the presets to suit your needs. In the bonus video, I teach you exactly that.
I came up with this Lightroom Presets to make this easy for everyone, and they have been very successful. They are super easy to tune up to your own particular style of photography and they are super easy to use. I have designed and calibrated these presets only for Real Estate Photography.
How to edit real estate pictures
Here are some before and after photos. You can see that the Real Estate Lightroom Presets make a massive difference in the images. Years of editing and practice are put into these presets. I promise you once you try these, they will be the only presents you will ever use for all your real estate photography needs.
In this video I will show you how to fix a skyline or any kind of distorted or leaning buildings. I do this with 2 simple sliders inside of Lightroom. I have a lot of old photos that look like this but I finally figured out how to fix them.
If you have any other suggestions I would love to hear them, drop me a line on the comments below.