My Lightroom Travel/Landscape Editing Workflow

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***IMPORTANT NOTE: Usually, I edit my images and record my videos in a room where I have the drapes closed and total control over the lighting. For this video, I had the curtains pulled open and a huge window allowing the room I was editing in, to be very bright. Because of that, I didn’t notice that I was editing my image to be underexposed. I didn’t notice the issue until later when I was editing the video. Instead of doing the video over, I decided to leave it as is and mention it in the comments. Your editing environment is very important. If your room is bright, or if your monitor is too bright, you risk editing your picture so that it’s too dark. Keep this in mind and learn from my mistake – I knew better.***

In this video, I demonstrate my current Lightroom workflow for landscape/travel photographs.

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