Photographing with backlight, especially when it’s not filtered through trees, can sometimes lead to too much light spilling onto a dogs face, which is exactly what happened to this shot of Tabasco
In this edit, Craig will show you how to fix that in Photoshop, along with the full process of editing to bring out the massive amount of detail in a medium format image file.
Don’t forget to download the RAW file to see the for yourself the detail the a medium format file holds.
Instructor: Craig Turner-Bullock
Video length: 23 minutes
Software: Lightroom and Photoshop
Skill level: Beginner
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Craig is based in Christchurch, but travels across New Zealand and worldwide to capture images that show the true personality of pooches in bright and glorious technicolour. He's been teaching pet photographers since 2015 at workshops, mentoring sessions and online, and loves nothing more than helping people really find their creative glitter and fill their work with sparkle.Meet Craig
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