Along the Waimakariri looking for something to shoot on a warm day in the middle of the day. They are digging there for rocks and this leaves puddles and gaps in the banks that fill up with water. I was actually amazed the play of colors and lines in blue and grey right in front of me.
All it took was taking out distracting colors and for the rest let the remaining colors and lines do the work. Simple!
For some time now I have been reading the articles at Light Stalking. A site about photography which over time has assisted me in getting to understand photo editing software, more specifically Lightroom.
Depending on what area of photography you’re pursuing, there are several mainstream programs you can use to edit your images. Your post process workflow is the most important factor to consider when making your choice – such as the volume of images and the extent of your editing. Whether you batch edit your images lightly or do intensive editing sessions on a select few, there is a program for your specific style.
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If you have an interest in photography, even if it is just like me with a simple point and shoot camera, this is a great site to learn how to get the best out of your efforts.