Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Spectacular Sunset Two

21 shot dronarama, DJI Spark. Colorado Springs, CO Pikes Peak and front range. #biggerphotography http://ift.tt/2mrWpzn

Spectacular Sunset Pikes Peak

21 shot dronarama, DJI Spark. Colorado Springs, CO Pikes Peak and front range. http://ift.tt/2zExm1o

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Fall Keystone Morning

Morning fog rolls in over Keyston Colorado ski area. http://ift.tt/2hroPEt

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wellington Lake Dronarama

21 shot panorama (dronarama) of Wellington Lake, Colorado, shot with DJI Spark. http://ift.tt/2hPElxj

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Tuesday, December 6, 2016


Nighttime falls over the Waldo Canyon fire burn area. Colorado Springs, Colorado http://ift.tt/2gNCxSH

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Through The Woods Lightroom Workflow - Review

Recently I had the opportunity to try out the Through The Woods Lightroom Workflow created by Sleeklens.com. Sleeklens has created an excellent set of workflow presets and brushes for Lightroom (also available for Photoshop)

Here are the specs and a link to their package.
51 presets and 30 brushes for landscape editing
A guide on how to Stack/layer presets and brushes
Presets and Brushes that are compatible with Lightroom 4, 5, 6 and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Presets and Brushes that work with both JPEG and RAW images
Presets and Brushes that work on both Mac and PCs
A guide on how to layer/Stack the Presets.
How to install the Presets and Brushes
Presets that are easy to adjust to fit your own style.
Exclusive access to our private Lightroom Help and Tutorial Facebook Group

You can find this well thought out collection here:

For the image below I used both the develop presets and the brushes to bring out some of the fall color in the photo. (original on left).

Going through the presets and brushes exposes a wide variety of looks. I believe anyone wanting to enhance their photos, no matter what style, will find what they are looking for here.

For me, the most useful tools are under the +PS Workflow Tools folder. Here you will find one click access to many common adjustments. It's very handy to quickly try a setting, back it out and try a stronger/weaker version of the same setting. 

I predict this workflow tool set will find it's way into my daily editing. Well done Sleeklens!

Dave Faulkner - Owner Biggerphotography