On this new video from my YouTube channel, I present you the behind-the-scenes photograph edit of an exquisite perched yellow warbler.
This picture was taken within the spring of this yr on the second day that the yellow warblers arrived in my space. On the primary day, I spent hours upon hours working with one hen ready for it to get it shut sufficient to . On the second day, as you possibly can see I used to be virtually too shut and had many yellow warblers to select from! This was taken with the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV and Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM lens at 1/200s, f/four, ISO 160.
The three packages used for the edit are Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and Topaz DeNoise AI. In Lightroom, I present how I make primary publicity and coloration changes, use the adjustment brush for selective modifying, and use the radial filter so as to add a customized vignette. Over in Photoshop, I run DeNoise AI as a plug-in so as to add sharpening and for just a little little bit of noise discount, then additionally use curves adjustment layers for dodging and burning. If you’d like a easy strategy to clone out twigs and branches, that’s additionally proven in Photoshop as effectively.