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How I Edit My Drone Photography With Adobe Lightroom And Photoshop

Going out to grab some beautiful aerial photography with your drone can be challenging. You have to manage your camera settings as well as deal with weather conditions. A super bright sun may be too much light for your image. A windy day can lead to image blurring. All of that has to be considered at the time of your shoot. 

Once you've gotten used to flying and actually shooting awesome compositions, you can process your images. You can use any photo editor of choice. I'm an Adobe Creative Cloud user (and authorized affiliate), so I use Adobe Lightroom as well as Photoshop for my photo editing needs.

I got a lot of amazing feedback when I posted this image on my Instagram page. Some folks even reached out asking how I processed the image. Therefore, I wanted to take the time to show you my workflow from once I have a shot captured with my drone and then processed.  

If you don't have Lightroom or Photoshop, you can sign up here and get them both for only $10 per month.  Yes, that's an affiliate link which will directly support my channel, so I appreciate your support. Anyway, click the image below to watch the video as I walk you through everything it takes for me to process a typical drone photograph. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for watching and sharing with others!