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. Video of winter trip in Lapland

    Some of you, or may not have, read the post below about my winter trip with good Finnish friend, Markus Sirkka. If you haven’t, I suggest you do as I have it on good authority (from my mum, no less) that it’s a jolly good read! Well, aside from him writing an article in Suomen Luonto (Fiinish Nature) magazine (which was voted as being the best article in that particular issue), he has put together a really nice, short video which gives a brief insight into our week-long adventure.

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