Tag Archives: Lightroom

Better editing using luminosity masks in Lightroom

Adobe’s Lightroom Classic is far from perfect, but I still use it for 90% of my editing. It’s easy to use, but gets a bit slow when using large catalogs and many modifications in one photo. The best part is of course that all your modifications are non-destructive. All modifications are stored in a separate […]

How to edit a photo in Lightroom creating atmosphere

The Cape Peninsula, the area south of Cape Town, has many things to offer. One of the less visited places is the Slangkop lighthouse. One cloudy evening we went to photograph this tower that is probably still very useful for all the ships that round the Cape. What is now called Cape of Good Hope […]