freddie-photography:

Lightroom Before and After - Details in the Dark
I want to highlight (pun I know) what details are retained in the shadows of an image when shooting towards the sun in RAW on a DSLR.
Using Lightroom I used a few graduated filters to recover the dark space of the original image to bring it out to how the scene would have looked, in terms of light distribution, without making it look like I have used any sort of ugly HDR techniques.
To make the clouds look more ethereal and heavenly, so to speak, I again used a graduated filter or two, set to negative clarity while slightly increasing the contrast so as not to wash the sky out.
I hope you find this useful for when a photograph looks to dark to use, try using graduated filters. Remember to shoot in RAW so you retain as much detail and information in the image.
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freddie-photography:

Lightroom Before and After - Details in the Dark
I want to highlight (pun I know) what details are retained in the shadows of an image when shooting towards the sun in RAW on a DSLR.
Using Lightroom I used a few graduated filters to recover the dark space of the original image to bring it out to how the scene would have looked, in terms of light distribution, without making it look like I have used any sort of ugly HDR techniques.
To make the clouds look more ethereal and heavenly, so to speak, I again used a graduated filter or two, set to negative clarity while slightly increasing the contrast so as not to wash the sky out.
I hope you find this useful for when a photograph looks to dark to use, try using graduated filters. Remember to shoot in RAW so you retain as much detail and information in the image.
Freddie Ardley - Follow on: tumblr Facebook Twitter Instagram
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freddie-photography:

Lightroom Before and After - Details in the Dark

I want to highlight (pun I know) what details are retained in the shadows of an image when shooting towards the sun in RAW on a DSLR.

Using Lightroom I used a few graduated filters to recover the dark space of the original image to bring it out to how the scene would have looked, in terms of light distribution, without making it look like I have used any sort of ugly HDR techniques.

To make the clouds look more ethereal and heavenly, so to speak, I again used a graduated filter or two, set to negative clarity while slightly increasing the contrast so as not to wash the sky out.

I hope you find this useful for when a photograph looks to dark to use, try using graduated filters. Remember to shoot in RAW so you retain as much detail and information in the image.

Freddie Ardley - Follow on: tumblr Facebook Twitter Instagram

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Quien soy yo?, vivo en iquique, naci en 1997,me gusta pensar, soy paranoico, me gusta conocer a la gente, me gusta dibujar en las mesas del colegio, me gusta leer, me gusta levantarme en la mañana cuando el sol esta saliendo, me gusta que me tengan en cuenta, me gusta el color azul, me gustaria conocer a los aliens, me encantan las nubes, me gusta el signo omega, me gusta la musica electro. Quien soy yo? soy Sebastian :)

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