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“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” – Milton Berle

The red door

In response to the Photo 101 prompt of edge – “Today is all about straight edges, and tweaking your image to ensure your lines are perfectly positioned.”

My go to editing program is Lightroom, I love the way the program is so intuitive. I did try straightening my images in Photoshop before I started using Lightroom several years ago now, I just found it much more complicated.

All my photos are imported into Lightroom initially from my SD card, where I use the library to organise them (that will be another post one day, I am sure). I then do most of my editing in Lightroom, including of course straightening them, if required that is. Once these are done I do any texture work or “artistic edits”, together with adding my logo in Photoshop CC (prior to having the photographers subscription with Adobe, I used to use Elements). Then that is generally job done!

What’s behind door number 4?