Processed 2 Ways

Two examples of before and after processing in Lightroom. The first in each row is straight out of the camera and unprocessed; the second black and white, with attention paid to color and detail; and the third is my version of the color image. The last two in each row were originally posted on 9/21/2017.

I create images that I see and not what the camera sees.

 

 

22 thoughts on “Processed 2 Ways

  1. dkatiepowellart 2017-09-24 / 5:53 pm

    Very cool… It is a hard thing for me to do because we process about 75,000 images a year… But I try to do that on the before and after images in the business.

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    • Sherry Felix 2017-09-25 / 10:31 am

      Thanks. Every shoot I do requires a few hours ins the “dark room”.

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      • restlessjo 2017-09-25 / 3:06 pm

        Heavens! That’s a lot of time, but I love these results. πŸ™‚

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  2. stbarbebaker 2017-09-25 / 7:06 pm

    Your version of the image turned out very well in both instances. Much better than SOOC. You hae a good eye.

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    • Sherry Felix 2017-09-26 / 8:16 am

      Thank you very much. I enjoy using all the tools Lightroom and Photoshop provide to bring out details and colors that I want.

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  3. Jet Eliot 2017-09-29 / 11:38 am

    Interesting to witness your creative process, Sherry, and your attentiveness to sharing what you see, vs. what the camera sees.

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  4. The Thrifty Campers 2017-10-02 / 2:10 pm

    Stunning photos. Really enjoy how you delivered them in different hues of color adding unique look to each.

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  5. Steve Schwartzman 2017-10-06 / 11:25 am

    One consideration: even an out-of-the-camera RAW photograph still has to get processed so that all those 1s and 0s that the camera records get turned into an image we can see. We don’t do that initial processing ourselves; an algorithm in the camera provides a default image. I’m almost never satisfied with it, but alter it to make it more to my liking. I’ve noticed that if I look back at the way I processed a given image, I’m often tempted to change it at least a little.That’s sometimes true even with an image for which I chose my settings just a few days earlier. How fickle the senses.

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    • Sherry Felix 2017-10-06 / 12:13 pm

      In class I learned that N in camera jpg is more true to life. A RAW file is not processed by the camera. So if one wants to mimic what is true shoot both and process the RAW to look like the jpg. I prefer to process images the way I imagine them.

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  6. Paula 2017-10-10 / 7:21 am

    Three completely different moods. It trains the eye, doesn’t it πŸ™‚

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    • Sherry Felix 2017-10-10 / 9:24 am

      Yes it does. When processing for each I vary the light and color. Thanks for the comment.

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