With the release of the latest Lightroom, I thought it’s the perfect time to revisit some old photos where my Photoshop skills didn’t do them justice. One particular collection was the KLIMS 2010 where I shot RAW for the first time. The lighting at these events was always going to be tricky and one has to squeeze through the crowds to get a decent shot.
At that time, Lightroom was still that daunting software where only a few controls made sense. Not being able to fully utilize Lightroom’s capabilities, I ended up with lots of underexposed and unflattering shots. Thankfully, I managed to find some decent shots and after some adjustment, they turned out to be my favourites:
Things I liked about the new Lightroom:
- Develop module controls more intuitive and make more sense.
- Book module looks promising
- Video support
Things I disliked:
- Slow performance!