My new video on advanced Lightroom techniques

I hope it’s been a great day for you – wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Guess what I’ve been doing today? Making a short video on advanced Lightroom techniques! How cool is that?! And it’s available right here and right now for you to watch.
Processing and editing your images is as important as taking them. In this short video you can you to watch me process an image and explain how I took it from quite boring and flat, to interesting, a little eerie and beautiful. You’ll pick up a bunch of cool tips that I use all the time to make my images stand out.

Sometimes my images need no help, sometimes a lot, some just a bit. I always work with the images innate qualities and then work out a vision of what I want them to look like.

This is my FIRST ever video and I would love to do more. Can you let me know what you think please? Perhaps there are some things you’re dying to know that I could help with? Comment below. That would be awesome. 

So here you go – 12 minutes of advanced Lightroom processing  for you.

Happy processing!
Anthony & Diana

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Comments

3 Comments on "My new video on advanced Lightroom techniques"

  1. Jeremy says:

    Great video, clear. well-paced and very stimulating. Thanks, Anthony!

  2. Dawn Penso says:

    Where’s the video?

  3. Anthony Epes says:

    Thank you for your comment and making something perfectly clear to me…the link is not perfectly clear. Now it is. I’ve highlighted it in green in the first paragraph. Cheers!


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