Photo Editing Resources
This is where I remind you to shoot RAW!
I will tell you over, and over again SHOOT RAW. If you’re still not certain then how about RAW & JPEG at the same time? Most newer cameras allow for you to shoot in both RAW & JPEG simultaneously. So if you’re still uncertain on how to edit the RAW files, and still prefer your JPEG’s, you can always go back and re-edit the images using your RAW files once you realize yourself what a world of difference it makes.
Below I’ve posted some videos from my favorite resources. This page is always evaluating, so I’ll be adding things as I discover them. The videos below have all taught me something new, even as recently as yesterday! So even if you know things, it’s still nice to see how other photographers use Lightroom.
Oh, and I’ll be posting videos about editing in Photoshop, and editing software similar to Lightroom & Photoshop. If you’ve found something you’d like to share, please let me know via Instagram, or email.
My favorite apps & software for editing
Lightroom Classic is, as the name implies, the “classic” desktop editing program and the one most photographers, myself included, use to edit their photographs. Lightroom requires a monthly subscription.
Snapseed is a photo-editing app for iOS and Android. I like the simplicity of this one. Before I started with Lightroom, I used this daily! It was easy for me to lighten areas of my photos & add filters.