Image by Philippe Leone on Unsplash Comparison in pictures describes the visual distinction in tones, textures, highlights, shadows, and colors. Comparison literally means distinction. And in photography, the distinction is usually in tone and colour. Specifically, the level of distinction between what’s dark and what’s whitened. Without contrast, every image would simply be incredibly dark…
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Before / After: California Redwoods On our latest road vacation we stopped across the Avenue of Giants to take the California Redwoods. My brain has been blown! I couldn’t think trees such as this existed. Walking included in this had been magical.
Before / After: Monochrome Portraits Creating excellent looking dark and whites in Lightroom will be a lot of enjoyable. It’s a rewarding problem choosing the best balance of tones. Listed below are a couple of portraits with monochrome conversions plus some notes about how exactly I edited them.