From Clicking to Creating-Graduated Filter in Lightroom
The graduated filter in lightroom can be an extremely useful tool for your photos. Learning, when and how to use it can make a huge difference between an OK photo, and an exceptional one.
This is an edited image that I took the other night. I went to Schwabacher’s Landing, and took some photos as the sun went down. Sunset in the Tetons is usually only good if there are clouds in the sky to create some color. I really love the reflections that happen in this location though, so I made it work.
This is the image unedited. As you can see the sky is washed out, so I used a graduated filter on that part of the photo.
The past week has just flown by. We were only going to stay here for a few days, but here it is the end of the week and we still haven’t gone anywhere. I love being able to have jello plans, rather than rushing from one spot to the next.
We’ve been searching for wildlife early mornings, and late evenings and have been semi successful. There has been a Variety of Birds, and a Couple of Moose, which is always nice. These two nice bull moose have made appearances down the road, one bull is pretty impressive already and they still have lots of growing to do. I can’t wait to see what he looks like in the fall.