Import and open you images. You will be using your first edit to copy and paste as a template for the rest of your images. You may need to adjust your edits according to your exposure, especially if you changed during the shoot. Copy and paste from there!
Do your standard edits in “Basic”
“HSL/Color/B&W” I use the” Color” panel because all slides are in one place and it is easier to adjust. I would make a standard adjust for each color to start. Remember, you will be using your first edit to copy and paste as a template for the rest of your images.
Constrain Crop…just because you can In “Camera Calibration” you can change the whole dynamic of the image as well. I would not suggest it but it’s a good way to play around.
I am sure you understand why you do” Basic” edits and “Lens Profile” but the instructions in the “HSL/Color/ B&W panel are different. You want to increase the color because it gets washed out during exposure especially during long exposures. By decreasing the Luminance it helps to fill in those lighter/blown out areas with color, it may not be perfect but from a first look it really helps. You may not like to vibrant colors that can come out of this enhancement and that’s okay…adjust to your preference.