Tricia Booker Photography

A-Z Archive: R

Red Bridge

Ready to roam? This red bridge turned out to be one of my favorite photographic subjects during my visit to Magnolia Gardens Plantation in South Carolina earlier this spring. I finally had some quiet time last weekend to edit some of my images, and I found that several taken near this pond, as the morning fog was burning off, were worth some experimentation and fit nicely into the A-Z Archive Challenge for the letter “R.”

I recently purchased Color Efex Pro 4 as well as HDR Efex Pro from Nik Software, and I took two online classes last Saturday to explore the bells and whistles of these editing tools. I edited the bridge in HDR and tweaked it slightly in Lightroom to add some finishing touches. I certainly have a lot left to learn, but it’s fun to start to see how these filters can help you see your images in a whole new way.


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