Botanical Garden #3

Lens: 35mm – Exposure: 1/2000 – Aperture: f/3.5 – ISO: 200

Here’s the last part of the botanical garden series I’ve been posting this week. I edited all the images in Lightroom, playing around with exposure and white vignette – to give them kind of a dreamy look.

Since I wanted to keep some consistency between the photos, what I did was to edit one photo and then apply the same settings to all of them, adjusting here & there when needed.


Do you have any techniques when editing a series of photos?
I would love to hear from you! Share it in the comments section 😉

3 thoughts on “Botanical Garden #3”

  1. Beautiful series of photos:) Botanical gardens are a great environment to experiment and play with your camera…great idea! As far as post-editing goes, I just kind of go with the flow…no set plan—I just let the images ‘speak’ to me and then go from there. Cheers!


    1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts 🙂
      I also trust my feelings when editing the images. I think a photo will look good if it feels right to you. But if you edit it thinking about what the others will want, you just loose it.


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