Photoshop CS & CC

Wildlife Image Processing – Reprocessing Marakele Aardvark

There is a constant debate in all industries over the world  about the correct processes to follow to obtain the optimum result. Photography and image processing is no different – The social media and web are constantly bombarded with opinions and suggestions on the ethics and methods of image processing. One of the biggest debates…

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  • Doug BoltAugust 7, 2013 - 17:07 - Excellent "how to" description of your Photoshop workflow. And, thanks for the link to the actions. I use Lum actions, but mine are not as flexible as this one.ReplyCancel

  • Gert OomsAugust 8, 2013 - 20:20 - I love this, super one of the people I actually admire shares his workflow and post processing an a fresh image. Enjoyed reading this post as all the other post on your blog.
    Thanks Rudi.ReplyCancel

    • linruphoto@gmail.comAugust 13, 2013 - 08:41 - Thanks for the reply and compliments Gert! Still learning by the day and enjoying every moment! Photography is all about sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Tammie LeeAugust 20, 2013 - 18:09 - hello,
    so generous of you to share your workflow with us. I have lightroom and will give this a try. your photo is quite wonderful. I saw it on the photo of the day site. ReplyCancel

  • Davin SmithAugust 31, 2013 - 05:47 - hi, very nice wildlife photography. superb work.ReplyCancel

Image Comparison – Auchterlonie

I will from time to time post images which I have processed differently, so that  you can compare the images and techniques, enabling you to make up your mind on your favorite techniques and processes for different kind of images. Here is one such an example… Many of you might have seen this black and…

Image Processing – Which processing software to begin with…

I have heard many of my friends which became interested in photography, asking the big question: “What software should I use for processing my images?” Similarly, I have heard many people saying “What? Photoshop?! I do not photoshop my images!!”. If you fall in the latter category, you are either not all that serious about…

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  • GerrySeptember 19, 2012 - 06:44 - I do about 90% of my work in Lightroom 4. The new version is amazingly powerful and the control over clipped highlights and shadows is incredible.

    The rest of my work, especially commercial work, is done in CS6 but for wildlife photography I try not to get carried away.

    Elements – never used it. Between CS6 and LR4 there really is no need.

    If I were to recommend a program for a rank beginner I would suggest Lightroom. Easy to use, a lot of online videos and ebooks and incredible value for money! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Rudi van den HeeverSeptember 19, 2012 - 08:17 - Thanks for the reply Gerry! Yes, Lightroom 4 is a very powerful tool and a must have!ReplyCancel

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