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Post production photography tutorials by CaptureLandscapes.

How to Quickly Fix Edge Halos in Photoshop

fix edge halos in photoshop
Have you ever noticed white lines or haloes along edges in your photographs? Perhaps you didn't even notice before making an enlargement of it? These artifacts can be quite distracting and take a lot away from an image but the good news is that they're relatively easy to get rid of in Adobe Photoshop.

Video: Ultimate Lightroom RAW

In this 45 minute section of the Video Tutorial: "ULTIMATE LIGHTROOM RAW" by acclaimed landscape photographer Mark Metternich, you will learn the absolute best way to capture sharpen (also known as "raw sharpening" or "input sharpening") in Lightroom (or Camera Raw) to maximize the quality detail inherent in your original Raw files. Mark also goes over critical, very common misinformation...

This is How You Create a Day-to-Night Timelapse

The chances are high that you've at some point seen a day-to-night timelapse and wondered how it's done. How is the photographer able to seamlessly capture a series of images as the light changes without this causing flickering in the final video? How do you adjust the settings as the sun goes down? All these questions (and more) are answered...

Efficient Processing with Photoshop Actions

Photoshop Actions
Speed Up Your Workflow with Photoshop Actions It's not without a reason that Adobe Photoshop is among the most trusted software by both photographers and designers. The possibilities seem endless and you're able to make great changes to your images. However, it's also more complicated than basic softwares such as Adobe Lightroom and achieving specific effects might be time consuming. Luckily,...

An Introduction to Luminosity Masks

Luminosity Mask Tutorial
Luminosity Mask Tutorial Do you feel like you’ve learned how to use your camera and have become curious about post processing techniques? Have you already learned the basics of Adobe Photoshop and are ready to explore some more advanced and powerful techniques? If so, Luminosity Masks is where you should begin. Luminosity Masks have become one of the most popular techniques/tools...

5 Tips to Make Your Images Pop the Right Way

5 Tips to Make Your Images Pop
It's very easy to rush your post processing and crank those sliders too much and too early. You are better off starting slowly and build your processing step by step. This way you have more control and can fine-tune the extra pop at the end of your editing. Be sure to consider your composition and make it stronger with selective...

9 Ways Landscape Photographers Can Use Lightroom

9 Ways Landscape Photographers Can Use Lightroom
Much has been written about using Lightroom to develop landscape photos, and realistically many Capture Landscape readers, as advanced landscape photographers, are just as likely to use Photoshop or plugins like Luminar to develop their photos as Lightroom. But, regardless of what software you use to develop your photos, there is still lots you can do with Lightroom, which is...

The Orton Effect Explained

orton effect
There are countless techniques and tools to make your image stand out but few have become as popular as the Orton Effect. The Orton Effect is both loved and hated but still applied to some degree by most landscape photographers. It's not hard to understand why it's become a popular technique when you see just how big of an impact it...

A Quick but Efficient Color Enhancement Technique in Lightroom

Color Enhancement in Lightroom
An image pleasing to the eyes is a combination of many factors of which colors, in my opinion, are a major piece of the expression. Lightroom, Photoshop and many other editing programs come with a variety of color enhancing tools. We will in this brief article have a look at two color enhancing techniques I apply frequently and which can...

One Simple Way to Remove People From Images

Remove people from images
Imagine yourself walking along the most photogenic landscape you've ever seen. The sun is about to set and the light is as good as it gets. You've found the perfect composition and you might very well be about to capture your new favorite image. However, there's one major problem. A issue that might ruin your shot. People. They are everywhere. The...