Another adventure begins. I am going to Iceland during the winter, or maybe I am not going after all as my flight is already canceled before I even can get out of my bed. An adventure that starts a little too adventurous, where is it going to take me? Will I get to Keflavik in time for my Photo expedition to start?
In the following article series, I am going to show how to post-process astrophotographs. The preparations to open the file in Adobe® Lightroom are the same as described in How To create a Monochrome Image. This article will guide you through the basic steps of post-processing in
Adobe® Lightroom. The second article will continue with the specific adjustments for astrophotography.
This is the third and final part of “How to create a Monochrome image from a RAW file?”. In this article, I am going to guide you through the steps of merging the two monochromes, which we generated in Part 2, into one image.
In this second part of “How to create a Monochrome image from a RAW file?” I am guiding you through how to convert your photo into a monochrome. The conversion will be done in Silver Efex Pro 2, provided by the Nik Collection. In third and last part of this series, we are going to merge two monochromes together in Adobe® Photoshop.