Adobe Lightroom: Finding Your Unique Editing Style
Standing out as a photographer in 2021 isn’t easy, especially when it comes to developing an editing style that is unique to you.
In this course we are going to cover everything you need to know about finding and developing your own unique editing style using Adobe Lightroom. We start with discussing the steps you can take to finding your editing style, before showing how you to use Adobe Lightroom as a tool to bring your images to life. Lastly, I will show you how to edit in several different artistic styles, including an orange and teal look, a dark and moody look, and a vintage style portrait. These will not only help you further understand Lightroom, but give you an idea of the stylistic aspects of a photograph that you like.
｜Who is this course for
This course is for anyone who is searching for their own unique editing style, or anyone that just wants to improve their Adobe Lightroom skills. Whether you’re an amateur photographer who wants to stand out among other photographers, or a professional looking to take their editing skills to the next level, there is something here for everyone 🙂
｜About the Teacher
Sean Dalton Dalton｜Travel & Lifestyle Photographer
Hey guys! I’m Sean.
I’m a professional lifestyle and travel photographer who strives to capture the true essence of a scene with my camera. Emotion and storytelling are two central pillars of my content, and I am always looking for new and interesting stories to tell via my camera.
I’m originally from San Francisco, California, but have spent the last few years traveling throughout Asia in search for new inspiration.
Most of what I teach relates to my background with travel and lifestyle photography, but I am constantly expanding my focus as I continue to grow as a photographer. Let’s grow together!
I’m super active on Instagram, and you can also find me on YouTube. I also have tons of free photography and social media related content on my blog. Feel free to check those out 🙂
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