I did some commercial photography recently. The first time for years! The images were for the website of a new business, plus marketing materials.
I edited the majority of images in Lightroom and used Photoshop to clean up a few with the clone and healing tool.
Lightroom is great for editing lots of images that require similar changes. It speeds up the process and is non destructive to the original photos. I hadn’t used Lightroom since I shot weddings a few years ago, and it has had some nice updates since then. The spot healing brush and gradient tool were particularly useful for brightening and cleaning up images quickly.
It is simple to import images into Lightroom for editing and to export the finished photos to a folder on your computer. Collections are a useful way of dividing up your images into sub-categories or clients. Particularly if your are processing groups of image differently.
I like photographing objects and spaces. Finding interesting compositions and perspectives appeals to me. I’m more nervous photographing people!
I enjoyed a step away from fine art photography and it felt great to help someone with a new and exciting endeavour. However, I do love the freedom of fine art photography, and the fact I am only accountable to myself!