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.
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In this video, I show you how you can take a flat image into Lightroom and make it pop. By playing with a couple local adjustments and by using the sliders in the basic panel, you can make any image come to life.
I shot this image underexposed on purpose, only because I knew exactly what I was going to do with it in post. I wanted to create drama, not that I need to as the landscape lent itself to such dramatic light.
Lightroom is great in this way, you have so much control over your RAW file you can bring out the colors just as you saw them and create drama just like you have it in your head.
I shot this with my Nikon D800 and my Nikon 14-24mm lens. Drop me a comment below, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Do you ever use local adjustments?
In this video I will show you to edit this beautiful sunset. As always I expose for the brightest part of the image to avoid blowing it out, then in post, I start brining this image to life by using local adjustments as well as global adjustments.