Achieving the Right Balance

Adjustment layers and cropping prove vital in saving an image
written by: Michael H. Reichmann

Some photographers regard landscape photography as being more akin to fishing than to hunting. Not I. For me, landscape photography is often a chase; a chase of subject and light, for when they come together to create a special, and usually fleeting and unique, moment. So it was when I captured the RAW file that became Rainbow Lake. Three other photographers and I had been driving in heavy rain for three days along the eastern coast of Iceland. Seeing no break in the weather we decided to head inland, toward the highlands, hoping to get above the clouds. It wasn’t Read more »