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Free Landscape Photography Workshop – Edit Epic Landscapes In Lightroom

Free Landscape Photography Workshop

Edit Epic Landscapes In Lightroom

Learn the essential tips, tricks & techniques for editing epic landscape photography inside of Adobe Lightroom CC & Lightroom Classic.

In this in depth photography editing workshop you’ll learn how to edit better landscapes as well as the essential photography techniques for taking better landscape photos on location, and the best camera settings for sharper images, lower noise & better color and contrast.

Thanks to @Pakshalshah @Faustjoe & the anonymous photographers who shared their raws for us all to practice on!

 

 

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2019 27″ imac upgraded with 40gb of ram: https://amzn.to/3i3Vk8I

When I’m working away from home, I use a 2015 15″ macbook pro with 16gb of ram – So you don’t NEED the brand new fancy computer… It just speeds up the performance and snappiness of Lightroom so you’re not waiting so long for previews to load or images to export etc.

Recommended laptop: 💻 13 inch S1 Macbook Pro $1249 USD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08N5LLDSG?tag=signatureedit-20

The new S1 Macbook Air and S1 Macbook Pros are AMAZING for photo editing and Lightroom Performance, even with their base model options With the new M1 macbooks, 8gb RAM works. With any other machine, I’d recommend going with at least 16gb of ram and 512gb of storage if you can swing it.

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