Over the years, my method of editing blog photos has changed slightly, but this year, it’s a big change. This year, I started using Lightroom to edit my photos, and I’ve been loving it!
The reason why I moved from VSCO/Snapseed to Lightroom is because I signed up for Adobe’s Photography Plan, which allows you to edit RAW photos captured on a DSLR, without having to convert it to a JPG first. Here’s how I edit my photos…
I first change the curve to red, and up it a tiny bit to make it a bit pink-tinged, but not overly so.
I then change a bit of the normal things like exposure, contrast, highlights, black, and white, depending on the lighting of the photo when it was taken.
The last thing I do is go to color balance and make sure that the pinks stick out, so all my photos are slightly pink tinged.
I currently have six pink tinged presets, with one being more blue toned than the others, and a couple having more exposure. I usually just pick one and adjust as needed.
And there you go! How do you edit your blog photos?