Landscape Photography Lightroom Processing Tutorial - Rainbow Waterfall
Some of my images require a lot of post processing to create the mood I am looking for. Others require just a bit of help in the Adobe Lightroom RAW editor to accentuate the image and make the tones pop. In this tutorial I process one of my favorite waterfall images from Oregon using a few sliders and some gradients. The image was taken at one of my favorite waterfalls out in Oregon. I was using the Canon 6D with the 70-200 F/4 lens. Settings were 0.4sec F/11 ISO100. My goal was to capture a long exposure that would not only simplify the water motion, but also keep a good amount of crisp detail in the falls.
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In this Lightroom tutorial I really wanted to go a bit darker with the overall mood of this image and bring out the natural tones of the waterfall/rainbow. While also increasing the drama of the photo, using tonal contrast and guiding the eye using some gradients.