Today I am releasing the second in a new series of videos on instructional photographic discussion and post production. These videos are something I have been meaning to to do for quite a while now but due to my extensive travels have not had time to shoot and edit. The silver lining in the current COVID crisis is that I have finally had the time to sit down and start to not only process some of my photographs, but also document the process and explain my post production step-by-step; as well as discuss a little of the back story behind the photographs and my thought process on the capture. If you enjoy this video please drop me a comment and let me know so that I can do more of them. It is my intention to share not only the post production process, but also my thoughts behind the actions as well as additional videos on printing and colour management. It also helps me if you hit the subscribe button in You Tube, which will mean you are always up to date on the latest video.
3 thoughts on “Post Production Video #2 Adobe Lightroom CC – Mongolia Pallas Cat”
Thanks for this. This old dog learnt a few new tricks.
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I watched the video and had a different type of question. Does having 350K photos in Lightroom cause performance issues? I had previously heard that 200K was the max you really wanted.
Really enjoying the ‘Josh is stuck in Melbourne’ videos and posts. For the next one, would you mind changing your screen resolution? I don’t have a 4K display, YouTube doesn’t really stream above HD well, and so the on-screen text is a little small.
Havent really experienced any slow down having 350k worth of images in my library. Although it does take longer to back up the catalogue.