So at this point I think it’s ok for me to say that I’m fairly well-known for my photography. Ok maybe not well-known, but really really famous. Just kidding. Unless you think my photography is the best ever, in which case I’ll point out that I do sell prints…
ANYWAY, I wanted to give you a quick run-through of the gear I use to assemble these images. I travel with a pretty hefty photography kit and spend quite a bit of time putting together pictures in things like Lightroom and Photoshop. Let’s check out the gear I use.
I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s Picture of the Week. I shot a little video of how I took the shot and then how I edited it in Adobe’s Lightroom mobile app. There’s some new functionality in the Lightroom app which allows you to edit RAW images, which is wonderful for people like me who like editing and posting on the go. It requires (at least for my iPhone) an SD card adapter, which you can buy from Apple.
This will be mainly for you photographers who like utilizing your own workflow instead of using Instagram or Facebook filters, but hopefully you appreciate the demo either way!
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What does a photo editing video have to do with a travel blog? More than you’d think, actually. Part of a trip is Getting Home, and part of Getting Home is Going Through Pictures. The better I can make you at processing your pictures the more amazing your memories of your trip will be! Anyway, this video is about the following image: See below for the video, enjoy!