Betty LaRue Posted June 12, 2015 Share Posted June 12, 2015 Two days ago, I left on a shooting expedition. I worked in the city for awhile, then took off to the countryside in hopes of getting shots of ripe wheat fields and harvest. That didn't work well. Late freezes damaged the wheat in our area, followed by no rain, then rain came in torrents. The couple of wheat fields I saw was mostly laying over and uncutable. The rest had already been cut for hay. I did get some farm shots, and some grain elevators. All in all, I was gone three hours, took 65-70 images. Culled them then began working up what remained. Except for a few exceptions, i usually only develop two of a scene. Sometimes only one. LR, on to PS, sometimes dodging and burning and using layers. About 10 hours of intense computer work over parts of 3 days gave me 38 images for upload. That's culling, developing, checking at 100% several times and keywording. So for 13 hours including 70 miles of driving, that's my product. I know I am making this arduous, but that's how I roll. Batch editing doesn't work for me since I only have a few of the same scene. And I'll confess. I don't have a clue how to batch edit. So it is one by one by one... Now you know why my port is so small. How do you roll? Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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