Category Archives: Before And After

Sunset At Newick’s Lobster House

Today’s edition of my Lightroom Only Series comes from Newick’s Lobster House in Dover, New Hampshire. I don’t know about you, but I’m a big seafood fan, and Newick’s is one of the best places in New England to enjoy some. One of the reasons for that is the amazing view that comes along with...

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    Blue Pontocho

    This photo comes from Pontocho – a row of restaurants that line one of the rivers in Kyoto. Visitors can dine on these platforms and enjoy the great atmosphere, which is especially enjoyable during pleasant weather. On this particular evening it had been raining for most of the day, but as you can see the...

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    • Gaijin au JaponI really love your work and what you are doing.
      Do you think it will be possible to know what you exactly did on lightroom on this shot?

      Thanks a lotReplyCancel

      • leslieIf I can remember what I did! 🙂 I think the main edits were for white balance to give it a bluer feel, split toning to make the lighted area a bit warmer, and then some edits for specific colors using the color adjustment module. I guess that’s not very specific but hopefully it gives you an idea!ReplyCancel

    Orange Autumn Evening at Matsudo Jinja

    Although Spring is on the way, it feels to me like Autumn was only yesterday. I think part of the reason is that the Autumn colors this year seemed to last for a while. The Autumn of 2012 didn’t seem nearly as colorful to me, especially around where I live. But this year the colors...

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      Half Clean at Nezu Jinja

      I took this photo back during last Summer at the Nezu Jinja in Tokyo, an area I actually pass through every day in and out of the city. The architecture around this shrine is pretty impressive, and for a lesser known one its grounds are quite expansive. I spent most of my time actually on...

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