If you have a series of images all photographed under the same conditions, you can speed up your processing by applying the same set of corrections to a group of pictures in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR). I've illustrated the steps using ACR version 9 in Photoshop CC. But the same steps work in earlier versions of Camera Raw. You can also do this in Photoshop Elements.
I am offering five photography classes through the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, MT. Courses begin the first week of March and run into early May. Below is a list of courses along with brief descriptions. Click here to register. Let me know if you have any questions.
This time of year in western Montana, we experience a lot of inversions. This creates cloudy white skies, the kind of sky we've been told to avoid in our photographs. But white skies aren't always bad. Here are some ways to take advantage of blank, white skies, regardless of the time of year.
I photographed this stand of aspens with black and white film shortly after my arrival in Montana nearly 20 years ago. At the time there appeared to be a woodland fairy strolling through. But she's gone in this recent version.
Victoria Brampton, aka The Lightroom Queen, recently published an article in her free Lightroom e-newsletter that lists some helpful tasks to get the new year started on the right foot. You can find a link to the newsletter article here. Below is a version of her suggestions modified to work for Elements Organizer users.