“Just Another Toronto Skyline”
I know it’s nothing special, it’s just another Toronto skyline photo. For those of you who are tired of seeing the view, I’m sorry, but this is my first time taking one.
Continuing from the photo selection tutorial last time, now I’d just edit the selected photo. I’m often asked how I edit my photos, frankly I don’t see myself that good at all, but this post would have some break downs on what I did to edit this particular photo in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Without further ado, let the tutorial begin…
I think this is a perfect example showing one of the advantages that shooting RAW over JPEG. It’s easy to overexposed the picture when shooting against the sky like this, however, shooting RAW sometime(not always) gives you a chance to rescue that. What I did over here, was using the gradient filter in Adobe Lightroom to lower the exposure of the sky and increase a bit of contrast. Then I bumped up the fill light a little bit to brighten up the subject(the lovely Venus).