As most of you have probably figured, I normally do some editing in Adobe Lightroom for most of my photos. Lately I've been experimenting with light curves when editing my photos and I think it's both faster and gives the opportunity for a wide variety of different styles. When I first started getting into photography I didn't understand how to use them and I never took the time to figure it out (until recently). Anyways, if you look at the original (the last photo) it seems to lack emotion and much of a style. After messing with the light curves and saturation, I was able to give it a kind of edgy style which I believe makes this shot a lot more interesting. - In case you're wondering, this was taken at a Cathedral in Segovia. - 1/320 sec f/7.1 ISO100 - Also, I'd be happy to share a lot more about how I actually did the edits on this if anyone is interested (message me or comment) -
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