Black & White in Lightroom
Professional photographer John G. Moore’s black & white landscapes have been compared to Ansel Adams’. John creates these black & white masterpieces in Lightroom, using digital techniques that simulate the classic work of the masters of black & white film photography. He walks through processing one of his award-winning photographs of Yosemite as a black & white in Lightroom in this episode of TheFIX.
About Our Guest
John G. Moore is a professional photographer and film maker from Glasgow Scotland. He now works mainly in London and the USA. He is known for great versatility in his work, ranging from landscape to portrait, music, fashion, and beauty. John is the real deal; his photographs are in reknowned galleries and his portrait subjects include Hollywood and music business elite.
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