Back in December, I went to tea with one of my friends and on the way back home, we took a detour to a huge historic cemetery. It had been a Civil War cemetery and goes on down the side of a mountain for a mile or two, and it's filled with old tombstones that are uniquely carved. These ones are plain but their sharp white color and identical style caught my eye.
I've been playing around with Lightroom lately since I got it over Christmas with Photoshop. Still figuring out the ropes with it but I've managed to clean up some photos nicely (including the low-exposure photos from this trip and an out-of-focus portrait of me that I managed to sharpen).
Any tips for it??