In last week’s blog article on how to post-process astrophotographs in Adobe® Lightroom, I showed you how to create a pleasing astrophotograph. But it came with a catch. The foreground caught a color cast by the changes I made to the Tone Curve. In this week’s third and last part of post-processing astrophotographs, I am going to show you how to make the Tone Curve adjustments without changing the foreground in Adobe® Photoshop
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 post was updated on November 13th, 2018Learning Post-Processing The less destructive way In my last article on how to create a double border around an image in Adobe® Photoshop®, I described the destructive way of doing so. In this article, I am going to describe a way to create a double border around your photo using layers, that is less destructive to your original photo so it will be easy to change later if you need to do