architectural photography

 process

New recently completed project in the photography gallery for Ian Springford Architects.

Typical processing workflow is something like:

- compare all bracketed exposures in Adobe Lightroom, flag the most likely ones, eventually end up with the best one - adjust exposure, white balance - remove chromatic aberration, vignetting - remove sensor dust spots with spotting tool - export tiff to ptlens, correct any distortion & perspective - back to Lightroom, final crop

Thankfully Lightroom takes most of the pain out of doing this to 250 odd shots, I just wish it was possible to do distortion correction on a dng without converting to a tiff.