Fiber Photography: Tips For Editing In Lightroom

It's Photo Finish Friday!!!! Well, actually it is Saturday because the Holiday midweek really threw me off. Does that ever happen to you?

Well, now that I got my days straightened out I can get back to being excited because Katiusca of Between These Stitches is back to share her photo brilliance with us.


From lighting to angles to staging and composition - I know my own photography skills have improved so much already by following these tips. I love it when I can see tangible improvements and find more joy in the process. How about you?  Let us know in the comments!

Today I am sharing another video with you and it's all about editing images on your desktop computer. I am member of the Adobe Creative Cloud community and use Lightroom and Photoshop to edit my images.  I will be showing you how I used Lightroom to edit my images. 

Before you watch the video, there are a few things to know about editing images and how I take them.  I take images in my home and use a tripod, a dslr, and a remote to trigger the shutter to take my pictures.  I also have large reflectors to help bring in light to face, body, etc. (remember light is king) and when I edit my images I also use a wacom tablet to help me fine tune my editing.

Lastly, the fan on my computer is really loud so I apologize in advance for that!  I hope you enjoy the video and let us know what else you may want to learn about taking pictures or editing them for your fiber art!