A confirmation email was just sent to the address you provided
Take it a step further and join the forum today
It’s time for another quick before and after example. These are a lot of fun to show as I think a lot of the time it helps to see exactly where the final product started in order to visualize what manipulations I’ve done in post production.
This photograph was taken last year and in my mind really captures the theme of winter in New England. I’d gone out shortly after a fresh snow during sunrise and as I was waiting for the sun to rise the moon was setting on the western sky.
As you’ll notice from the before image, this was once again a fairly underexposed shot to start with. To bring it back to life I increased the exposure and shadows sliders added some clarity and sharpness and played around with the saturation.
Finally, in Photoshop, I cloned out a distracting bunch of shrubbery in the foreground which is barely visible in the underexposed image, but completely distracting from the shot when corrected in Lightroom.