Lightroom Cityscape Workflow
5 Steps to Help You Make Amazing Cityscapes
Have you ever seen some great photos and wondered "How did they do that?"
Have you ever been at the same location as other photographers and produced subpar result despite taking the exact same picture?
I know that I have and I have spent years perfecting my workflow in lightroom to reflect my own artistic vision and style. By following my workflow, you too can achieve better results and a greater understanding of how to edit inside of lightroom.
This quick workflow is the exact process that I use to create images that have been published in magazines around the world. This basic process will dramatically improve your photos giving your pleasing results using only 5 simple steps.
This workflow will take this boring photo
and turn it into this!
In This Course You Will Learn:
- A quick and easy workflow for cityscapes
- An effective way to remove reflections and dust spots
- Tips to improve the overall look of your cityscapes
For this course you will need:
- A decent computer
- Lightroom 5 or CC (The current updated version of Lightroom CC2015 is used in the course video
I’m Jason Teale, a National Geographic published photographer and a 13-year veteran instructor with a masters degree in Education. I’ve worked in all areas of photography from events to travel. My work can be seen at www.jasonteale.com
In 2015, Flixel named me a "Flixel Wizard" for my innovative use of their app. Now, I’m focusing my efforts on helping others create equally stunning cinemagraphs using Flixel's Cinemagraph Pro and beautiful photographs in Adobe's Lightroom.