In todays video watch while I run through my work flow in this Lets Edit Lightroom edition.
Not being one to miss out on a prime shot this photo was taken while on the road home from a trip to Bakersfield CA. More often than not landscape photos are taken with a tripod and carefully set up. However the cloudscape over the open flat land was an amazing site and we were dead set on getting home so I used what I had and took the shot. As we came closer to the grade heading south the sun began to breakthrough and display some amazing rays of light. There are many ways to add god rays to a landscape using photoshop. However I was fortunate enough to capture them as it happened. While going through my editing process I focused on bringing more definition to the light rays, and correct the photo to display the original colors of the scene. Due to the car windows tint there was a slight cast of green in the original image. I shot this photo with my 50mm prime at ISO 100, f/4.0, and because the car was moving I had my shutter set to 1/2500sec to prevent any motion blur.
What photo editing software do you use in your photography? Since most landscape photos are taken using a tripod have you ever taken a landscape photo from a moving car? Let me know in the comment section below Also If you are new to the blog, welcome! Be sure to head over to Facebook and add my photography page. Also you can follow me on Instagram links located above.