I am sat on my sofa with Final Score on playing with imges on my IPad Pro. I am using Lightroom Mobile, and have just edited this image.
I like this picture. I was driving through the New Forest and saw this scene, It was the light that caught my eye, not the light at the end of the tunnel but interesting light at the end of this track. So I stopped and took some photos. And this was the one I liked, with the foreground deliberately out of focus - no this is not poor quality photography, but a conscious blurring of the foreground. Creative photography. Working the scene.
I like my pictures of the New Forest.
But I forgot to do something when editing this image. There is some light wood middle left that is annoying me. I should have removed it.
Give me a minute and I will. And a few other things that need tidying up.
When I am editing work in my office the last thing I do normally is check for things that need to be removed. And I normally do this when working in Lightroom Mobile on my IPad Pro.
Not to worry - I will finish this post and dive into Photoshop Fix to sort this.
Saturday 17th December 2016