I have started working on a couple of E-Books. Well, actually I just wanted to write one about my post processing workflow. It was supposed to be all about my camera settings and how I post process my images. After I was done, a very good friend of mine was cross reading the book and said:
[blockquote animation=”fadeInUp”]You very precisely show how to use Photomatix Pro. What is up with the rest like Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop?[/blockquote]
After thinking a while I thought that this is very true! So I have started to write two more E-Books about Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop and I have used a slightly different approach to those two components. Over the past 4 month I wrote down what functions I use the most in both the software components and started to individually writing.
It turns out that in Adobe Lightroom I always use the same slider in the same order! I have tried it different but the results were not as good as when I follow my workflow.
In Adobe Photoshop it is a little different. There I use a lot of functions and sometimes in combination and sometimes standalone…
After finishing the skeleton of the book for Adobe Lightroom I have started to post process one of my images taken in Venice – here we go!