Lots of people always ask me this question and other people always wonder. The answer is simple, when you shoot RAW you have so much more information on your images, if you over expose and image or under expose it you can save it and bring it back to life. You can also do so much more with it in post production, basically you have complete control of your images.
In this video I will show you how to manipulate a completely underexposed image using Lightroom 5. Note that you can do this in just about any editing software out there.
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Good morning and happy Monday. Here is another shot of an amazing Miami Beach Sunrise. I often forget that I live here and have been missing out on lots of this, but lately I started waking up at 5 am just about every morning to go watch the sun come up more often.
In this video I will show you how to create dramatic photos using Lightroom adjustment brushes. This is a very useful tool and comes in handy with just about any photo you are trying to edit, from event photography to landscape photography.
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How to make a tiny planet photo:
Good morning and TGIF, so yesterday I posted a tiny planet on my Facebook and immediately I received a few requests on how to do it. It is so easy and fun to do. Here is a video of how to get this done in about 2 minutes. Check it out and enjoy. Please Subscribe peeps and check out my youtube channel. Have a fantastic weekend…
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