Prague Reimaged – Part 2
This is actually the second batch I started with the part 1 post. There were so many images to edit that I could not do it in one sitting. I just went through just a day in the Lightroom catalogue and started the basic editing then exported them into Photoshop. These images weren’t shot in one day but I know I screwed up the catalogue when I switched machines years ago.
Apologies in advance again for some of the picture quality of these images. It was more about feeling and a sense of being than technical accuracies. I was still new at photography and wasn’t even remotely where I am at now. So the old Program Mode and let the camera handle everything seemed brilliant at the time. It also didn’t help I knew nothing of framing, light, and so on. That and I wasn’t what you called that thrilled to be in Prague.
Editing wise this has been a challenge to try and extract a useable image. There was a lot of time doing subtle edits to these images in both Lightroom and Photoshop. Normally Photoshop gets the heavier lifting but Lightroom did a lot of the base edits this time before I started the tone curves and dodge and burning in Photoshop.
Enjoy Prague again!