Garden of the Gods [NIKON D3, 14.0-24.0 mm f/2.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 200, 1/640, ƒ/5.6, (35mm = 14)]
One of the most enjoyable thing for me to do these days is to pull up old photo shoots. In this case of one from Colorado Springs the Garden of the Gods was shot in 2009 on my Nikon D3.
I found the RAW Nikon NEF file and opened in Adobe Lightroom. there are a few more things you can do with Lightroom that were not available in 2009.
Starting in the June 2020 release, you can now contribute your own images and edits to the Lightroom Discover section. The new “Share Edits” menu option allows you to share your editing process with the world, to help other photographers learn from your edits. When you submit your edit, Lightroom automatically creates a before-and-after sequence that combines your straight-out-of-the-camera image with your final edited image, so that others can see and learn from your edits. You can even let others save your edit settings as a preset that can be applied to their own photos.
Click on this link and then click to see my edits one-by-one.
This can be a great teaching tool for many camera clubs and other photographers who like to teach.
I can’t wait to show some very involved editing so you can see what I am doing to improve the photos.