Who doesn’t love a beautiful landscape photo? The colors, the beauty, the sense of peace and calm — or even excitement and danger, in some cases! Landscapes are something that anyone can appreciate, but making a great one isn’t as simple as pressing the shutter button.
If you want the best images possible, shooting in RAW is essential. Shooting in RAW will get you all of the information about light, colors and white balance, which gives you the ability to make significant adjustments to the image without damaging quality. Сhanging the picture's color balance, or brightness will give you more editing options with much smoother monochrome conversions.
Since the demise of Aperture, some new cameras have received support, while others have not. If you're still holding on to Aperture and are looking for a new camera, read this to know if you can expect support or not.
Are you using the new Lightroom; the version that's the same (mostly) on desktop and mobile? Then you may have noticed that a few features are NOT actually on both platforms. The ones that get me the most are Copy Photos (ie duplicate photos) and Batch Paste. I've found a way around it… in a round about sort of way. Check it out!