When it comes to editing photos, most of us probably have a workflow that we developed years ago. We start with our global adjustments, then we focus on specific elements of the image to even things out. Perhaps we add a gradient mask in camera raw or Lightroom, or maybe we make some fancy selections and start tweaking in Photoshop. But is this still the best way to go?
This is an interesting video from photographer Anthony Morganti. In it, he talks about how his workflow in Adobe Lightroom has changed and evolved over time. These changes come as a direct result of new features and technology – specifically AI masking – that have been implemented into Lightroom. It’s a perhaps more logical way of editing photos, given the software’s capabilities now.