Raw Photo Challenge #38

Welcome back to the Raw Photo Challenge! Its been probably a year since the last one? Crazy how fast time went by. Anyway, I've been getting back into photography heavy (sorry got bit by the Bitcoin bug) and one of the things I missed the most was the editing community we were building here!

It took me a long time to get this back up and running because I wanted to do it right, in the past I'd just post an image and post the winners, but this time around I want to spend more time giving you guys editing tips, sharing videos that relate to the group and maybe live editing some of the images with the photographers who provide them. 

Anyway, let's get into this weeks photograph. Here we have an image taken by @BryanMinear. Bryan is always showing love by sharing his RAW images so before you download this image, be sure to give him a follow! The image below was taken with a Fujifilm GFX 50 and the GF 250. This camera setup is insane, the image is so crisp and I know a lot of you are going to have fun with it considering the pixel count. Happy editing everyone, can't wait to see what you all create!

 

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Having trouble editing? My shop has over 30 Lightroom Presets. be sure to check them out, feel free to share them with family and friends. 

In order for this thing to keep going, we're going to need members to submit. No photo is a bad photo, unless it's not RAW of course.


** Some images in the RPC may not be 100% perfect, many of my shots are at times over or under-exposed. They are at times technically incorrect, criticism is welcome but remember the point is to make something out of them. Below are the rules on how you can share them**

This image is for personal use only. You have my full permission to share it online via social media, however, credit must be given to the photographer. This image has to with both my username @KeenanRIVALS and the respected photographer who submitted the image.. Please do not attempt to sell or pass this image off as your own, this is for creative exploration, that is all!