Processing Challenge – Lightroom

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Yesterday, I processed a horrible image in Luminar demonstrating how a bad image can be rescued using the filters in Luminar. A few people asked me if I could do the same thing in Lightroom. Yes I can, and in the video above, I process the same exact image that I did in Luminar, but this time, in Lightroom.

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Settings & Exposure Info:

Camera on Tripod
Manual Mode
Spot Metering on the slate banks
Single Point Focus on Waterfall
3sec, F11, iso: 64 at 70mm

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