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In this tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at one approach to combining HDR (High Dynamic Range) composite images in Photoshop to remove any undesired detail, and easily blend softness back into a landscape composition as needed.

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Join the conversation! 8 Comments

  1. Thanks for this…I learned one thing about color range…you can slide the dropper! I had no idea. Thank you.

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  2. Thank you so much for the tutorial. Learned a lot. Will have to try it soon. :)

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  3. […] Go here to see the original: Blending HDR Images in Photoshop for Smoother Landscapes … […]

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  4. Nice tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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