This is a photo I took back in August along Highland Lake in New Hampshire. I’ve shared a couple of photos I took on this evening, but this photo I edited totally in Lightroom. In fact, about 75% of the edits to this photo were done on my iPad in Lightroom Mobile. I’ve written before on why you need to have Lightroom Mobile if you have a mobile device, so here I’ll just say that it’s awesome and getting better all the time.
I’m actually in the process of creating a Lightroom course which I’m hoping to release sometime next month. As I continue to prepare for that release, I want to share various photos I’ve edited solely in Lightroom. It’s a powerful program, it’s easy to use, it’s mobile – there’s just a lot to love about it, and something I highly recommend to every photographer. To be sure, there are limits, but as you can see with the before and after of this image below, those limits are not as limiting as you might think.
Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 16-35mm f/4
Shot Info: f/11 | 3 sec | ISO 200 | 22mm
Filters: Tiffen Circular Polarizer