This was all about to change.
In preparation, I purchased a new SD Card for my camera, a nearly-ten-year-old Canon EOS REBEL T3. In previous years, I have shied away from shooting photographs in RAW. My excuse was that SD Cards were expensive and I would rather take more photos and experiment, rather than have to stop early and miss something because I didn't have card space.
These days, SD Cards don't really cost all that much and I have no excuse not to ensure I have ample room for the photos I need to take. I never had any excuse, to be honest.
And after editing RAW photos in Adobe Lightroom Classic recently, I don't think I will ever go back to using only Adobe Photoshop. For photo editing, if I don't need to edit people out of them or work on a design, I can see myself using Lightroom for most retouching instead. It's amazing for organization and batch editing. I love it!
Let's get to the photographs, shall we?
Speaking of which, have you seen my recent post on editing landscape photography? I feature a number of photos from this trip, and go into detail about my process. There's also a peek of the before-and-after the editing process. Feel free to go check it out! (I'll wait here.)