From Clicking to Creating-Using the Radial Filter in LR — 8 Comments

  1. MARY! Good morning! I just love this feature on Lightroom, though I need to look at your instructions here, write them down and compare them to the steps I take in LR. Luminosity is a great feature, but the mask part is somethiing I need to try. And your subjects for this instruction: that foal (soooooooo sweet) and the sparing stallions. How lucky you are to capture these beauties!

  2. Mom’s goal is to get our photographer friend to come over and give her a basic Lightroom lesson sometime this month. Work is so busy, it is hard to find a time that works. We are excited to start working with it, but time is the problem. Great shots of the horses again.

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  4. I hadn’t heard of that filter before, it looks like it really does a lot and would be fun to play with. Unless I’m trying to get something specific, I rarely look at my photos as I’m taking them. It’s always fun to wait for the computer…I guess I’m old-fashioned that way! :)

  5. I’ve seen the radial filter before but never played with it. Thanks for the tutorial! I love what it did for your image.

    Those horses fighting… wow! Great images. It looks brutal. I imagine that you can’t peek with such a flurry of activity!

  6. WOW! I love what you did to the photo of the foal, and that series? OMG!!!! AMAZING. You’ve captured their ferocity and strength as well as courage. Incredible.

  7. Interesting filter! I like the effects you applied to that first photo. I have the mobile Lightroom and Photoshop apps on my phone but haven’t played with them much. (Mostly because I’m not sure I want to spend $5/month for the premium version.)

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