We need to talk about one of the most important aspects of successful editing, which is understanding the idea of editing itself.
I don’t mean the idea of editing in the sense of taking a photo and changing/enhancing the way it looks, what I mean is the entire host of activities involved in “editing photos”
- Importing your images
- Organizing your images
- Culling your images
- Making edit selections
- Editing your selected images
- Sharing or delivering your edited images
Editing is far more than just changing how your photo looks. It’s is a process, a workflow.
It’s a series of actions that you have to take, only one of which is actually “editing the photo”.
Successful editing means having a successful workflow, and in this video I’ll explain what a workflow is and how to customize your editing workflow for efficient and successful photo editing.
Lightroom is a powerful photography tool, but the problem with powerful tools is they’re often complicated and intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you want to learn how to use Lightroom to quickly and efficiently manage and edit your photos so that they look as amazing as you envision them, check out my Mastering Lightroom Video Course.