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Post Processing Landscape Photography Workflow

LENSCRAFT PHOTO EDITING TUTORIALSPost Processing Landscape Photography WorkflowRobin Whalley, Landscape Photographer27 August 2019Bamford Edge Heather Post Processing Example In this tutorial, we’re looking at post-processing landscape photography with a simple four-part workflow. But the workflow we’ll use can form the basis of any post-processing to improve a photograph. It doesn’t need to be a landscape photo. The steps in the ...
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Heavy Film Grain Effect

Create Film Grain Texture Photoshop

How to Create Film Grain Texture in Photoshop Unlike Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop doesn't have an obvious grain filter you can use to simulate film grain. If you want to create film grain texture effects for your images, you need to know how. This tutorial explains how you can realistically simulate film grain with Photoshop’s Add Noise filter. There’s also a ...
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Photoshop Frequency Separation Resulting Image

Photoshop Frequency Separation

Landscape Photography Photoshop Frequency Separation Possibly one of the hottest photo editing topics currently is Photoshop Frequency Separation. It’s also one of the most confusing; partly because it’s hard to understand what’s happening and partly because it sounds complicated. In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how you can use a simple version of Frequency Separation in Photoshop. In the ...
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a LUT Generator like 3D LUT Creator can add effects like this

Create Your Own LUTs with a LUT Generator

Using a LUT Generator for Professional Results Do you want to create your own LUT's? You can with a LUT generator and it's much easier than you think. I have been talking a lot recently about the technique of Color Grading and how this can be used in Landscape Photography. In this article I want explain how to create your ...
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Photoshop Color Grading techniques for Landscape Photography

Photoshop Color Grading for Landscape Photography

Photoshop Color Grading for Landscape Photography In this article I want to explain how Photoshop Color Grading works and how you can improve your landscape photography with this technique. A couple of weeks back I published a tutorial explaining how to apply color grading in Lightroom to a sunset photo to improve the appearance. I must admit that although I ...
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Lightroom Color Grading for Dramatic Sunsets Lenscraft Newsletter April 2018

Lightroom Color Grading for Dramatic Sunsets

Lightroom Color Grading Tutorial In this tutorial I'm going to explain Lightroom Color Grading and how you can use it to enhance your photography. I've also produced this accompanying video to demonstrate the technnique. Lightroom Color Grading Video I published this on my YouTube channel. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for free to ensure you don't miss future videos. What ...
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Nik Color Efex Pro

Transform a Dull Scene with Nik Color Efex Pro

Transform a Dull Scene with Nik Color Efex Pro In this video I demonstrate how you can transform a dull scene with Nik Color Efex Pro. The transcript for the video is also included below. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel You can also watch this video on my YouTube channel. I publish a new video every week, often based on ...
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Enhance your autumn images

Enhance Autumn Images

Enhance Your Autumn Images Autumn is a wonderful time to be a landscape photographer. The trees and landscape changes to a stunning golden scene. But there can be a problem. You might shoot what you believe is a vibrant and beautiful image. But when you later view this on your computer, you find it lacking. If you have experienced this ...
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How to simulate film grain using Photoshops camera RAW filter

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop Camera Raw

Simulate Film Grain Using Photoshop’s Camera RAW Filter In this tutorial we’re going to look at how you can simulate film grain using the Camera RAW filter in Photoshop. I’ve also produced a separate tutorial explaining an alternative approach to adding film grain in Photoshop using Layers. This is another approach you might like to consider which is a little ...
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Layers Window with Dodge and Burn Layers

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop Dodging and burning are techniques that were once used extensively in the photographic darkroom to improve the appearance of photographs, sometimes quite dramatically. The term Dodging refers to lightening an area of the image whilst Burning is darkening. These techniques have now made their way through to image editing tools such as Photoshop, ...
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