Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #42 – Creativity


The lens-artists challenge set by Anne-Christine is called creativity.  You can be creative in your photography and also creative when editing an image and the software you use.   As I do all my initial edits in Lightroom Classic, I thought I would take this image and process it further in Luminar 3

New Growth

Spring is here and you can see the New Growth on the woodland floor at Doddington Place Gardens – Lightroom Edit

What I love about the Luminar 3 software is the ability to add Sunrays.

New Growth

Spring is here and you can see the New Growth on the woodland floor at Doddington Place Gardens – Luminar Edit

You can, of course, do brush strokes in Lightroom Classic to create sunrays.. but it is a painstaking job.  Whereas with Luminar 3 and Luminar 2018 you just add the Sunray filter.. place it where you want in the image and then change its appearance using the sunray sliders.  I just wanted a hint of sunray through the trees.  So lessened the look slightly with the sliders.  And again with Luminar software, you can create your own presets, which I did with the above edits.

 

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15 Comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #42 – Creativity

  1. Looks like there should be a fairy landing in the middle of your sun’s rays Bren – quite a beautiful scene. I’d forgotten about that sun rays feature in Luminar – it really is very clever and easy to use. Thanks for the reminder!

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