It’s December 2020 and we’re in lockdown 2.0. Although it’s much more relaxed than the first time, it’s still not possible to do basically anything. To top things off our world trip for 2021 is already cancelled. I’m still hoping to be able to do a couple of air to air projects in the summer of 2021, but even with vaccines being developed, I’m fully aware that I’m dreaming big.
So, with no new work being made I’m back digging through the archives. In the first lockdown I made a book and a zine, this time I’m editing pictures that I have edited before. These are all pictures that I wasn’t happy about the first time. I’m now trying to do better now.
I started with the photo’s from 2018 and will be slowly working my way back tot 2016. Everything before 2016 has been edited before. When I’m finished I’m planning on doing a second run of the photos from Nepal (2019).
Below you can find some of the first results with some information on how I edited these. You can also see the original file and how I edited them the first time. Further down there’s a video where you can see me editing them in Lightroom.
Most of these images were edited with my ‘Hverir’ preset as a starting point and a lot of selective editing. You can read about selective editing in one of my previous blogposts.
And some more recent edits to end this post!
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