1. Tutorial Part 2

    My second Lightroom tutorial can now be seen on YouTube, here.

    In this one, I look at one of Lightroom’s most useful features, the Graduated Filter tool. From darkening the sky to reducing brightness in woodland scenes, it’s a tool I use more than any other and one which all Lightroom users, I feel, should be confident in using.

    It’s likely I shall be doing others so if you’ve enjoyed the last two then you might wish to consider subscribing to my channel. I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful.

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  2. Online Lightroom tutorial

    A couple of days ago I published a screen-recorded Lightroom processing tutorial onto YouTube. It may just be a one-off, or it could become a semi-regular feature. I’m undecided. I process a single image MY way. That is to say, it is not a definitive ‘how to’, but is how I, as a professional nature photographer, work within the digital-darkroom. And, in any case, I don’t believe there is a ‘correct’ way to process a photograph since we all have very different ways in which we wish to interpret the scene in post-production.

    To ascertain interest I initially had it set up as an Unlisted video and only alerted my newsletter subscribers, but such was the positive feedback that I have now made it public. You can watch the tutorial here.

    I may well be doing others so if you enjoy this one it might be worth considering subscribing to my channel.

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  3. Slideshow

    In an earlier post I discussed the book I have produced on my year-long project – One. To accompany it I’ve made an audio-visual slideshow. Although time-consuming I have to say I really enjoy putting such sequences together. Standalone images are all well and good but don’t compare, in my opinion, to seeing photographs blending into one another against a backdrop of appropriate music. I hope you enjoy it, and for a little under seven minutes are transported to my little wood, in north Kent.

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