Raw processing is quite a detailed procedure and the possibilities are limited only by your knowledge and experience. That means there is always something new to learn, especially when it comes to editing in Lightroom.
Serge Ramelli is a French photographer known for his landscape work. In this video, he shares eight Lightroom tricks by demonstrating on a single panoramic image, which he creates seamlessly by using two horizontal shots. As is known, multiple vertically shot images are best for creating panoramic images; however, Ramelli shows how to get the perfect panorama by using just two horizontal images. After creating the image, Ramelli shows how to control the sunlight, how to use clarity for landscape images, and how to use magenta color to control the overall tone of an image. Right after, he shows how he uses radial filters and brushes to tweak the local exposure and color tone. Finally, he demonstrates the use of the camera calibration feature to achieve better colors. And he creates a well-edited image in just seven minutes.
Have you ever heard about these tricks? Or have you been using these when editing your photos? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.