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Flower Photography Post Processing – Part 2

Flower photography post processing is almost as important as what you shoot!

Sometimes we can get the image we want straight out of the camera but many times the limitations that even our modern day digital cameras have can be frustrating when what you get is not what you saw!

That is where post processing comes in.   There are many ways to post process an image, from the apps on your smart phone to Lightroom and full force Photoshop.  There are also a ton of third party plug-ins that work with Lightroom and Photoshop as well as on their own.


Some of the plug-ins I use are from Nik Software (now free from Google) and from Topaz Labs.   Topaz Glow is one of my favorites and the attached video shows how I use it when doing my Flower photography post processing.

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Please take a look at the following video.   There is a quick slideshow of some of my favorite flower images from my travels.  That is followed by a video of me doing an actual post processing of the above flower image from start to finish.



Flower photography post processing can make you so much more happy with your images.  I recommend giving it a try.  You might become as addicted to this part of photography as the shooting part!  I am!

There are great adventures on post-processing as well.  Experimenting is a lot of fun and you never know what you will come up with!

If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments section below.

For more Flower images please visit these Galleries:  Flowers  or Holland 

Click here for Part 1 of Flower Photography.

That’s all for now!


Lynn Wiezycki

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