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Reimagining Kynance Cove through color manipulation
Terrestrial features and formations re-imagined as alien landscapes have been growing in popularity in the recent years, and I'm sure...
Five courses to up your landscape photography game
Ready to take your landscape photography to the next level? Here’s five courses from the 5DayDeal 2020 Main Bundle that...
A melancholy black and white portrait of a dying forest
"The Harz National Park in Germany faces an unprecedented crisis. After two years of draught, several severe storms and the...
Understanding different lighting situations for landscapes, with 5DayDeal
With 5DayDeal fully underway, organizers have created an amazing educational package, where you can learn things like software tips, must-have...
Alpine landscapes turned alien worlds through infrared photography
Mountains are already magical places in their own right, but for some photographers, they can even be otherworldly. By unlocking...
The importance of foreground in landscape photography
The foreground layer takes landscape photography to the next level. When out in nature, it’s easy to devote your attention...
The joy of early morning photography for landscapes
Sunrise versus sunset, which is best for landscape photography? It depends. However, in general, I prefer sunrise for numerous reasons....
Using AI to recover an underexposed landscape
So, I arrived before sunrise at this beautiful old farmstead out in the country. I'm using multiple lenses, multiple ND...
Using Accent AI 2.0 and other AI tools to enhance landscapes in Luminar
In this article, I'm going to show you an example of how I use the AI tools found in Luminar...
Photoshoot at Black Velvet Canyon with Photofocus
As part of our 2019 Photofocus Writers Retreat, we visited Black Velvet Canyon in Nevada about 30 minutes from where...
Using Sunrays in a landscape photo in Luminar 3
In this video article, I'll show you how I use the Sunrays filter to enhance a sunrise landscape photograph. In...
Landscape photography on gloomy days
There are two things you are almost always guaranteed to find on the Oregon Coast: Stunning beauty and lots of...

Reimagining Kynance Cove through color manipulation

Terrestrial features and formations re-imagined as alien landscapes have been growing in popularity in the recent years, and I’m sure I’m not the only one enjoying it. It’s a source of inspiration for anyone looking to practice creative color manipulation,

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Five courses to up your landscape photography game

Ready to take your landscape photography to the next level? Here’s five courses from the 5DayDeal 2020 Main Bundle that are guaranteed up your game, from shooting in the field to post-processing. Composition Made Easy and Frozen Waterfall Photography by

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A melancholy black and white portrait of a dying forest

“The Harz National Park in Germany faces an unprecedented crisis. After two years of draught, several severe storms and the rapid spread of the bark beetle, its forests are extremely stressed and weakened,” Berlin-based graphic designer and photographer Philipp Apler

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The joy of early morning photography for landscapes

Sunrise versus sunset, which is best for landscape photography? It depends. However, in general, I prefer sunrise for numerous reasons. Beautiful light Something both sunrise and sunset landscape photography have going for them is the potential for excellent light. Before

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Using AI to recover an underexposed landscape

So, I arrived before sunrise at this beautiful old farmstead out in the country. I’m using multiple lenses, multiple ND filters and as I shoot the photographs, I’m continuously checking my images. But the light is changing quickly during the

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Landscape photography on gloomy days

There are two things you are almost always guaranteed to find on the Oregon Coast: Stunning beauty and lots of rain. This summer, I took my family on a quick photo adventure along the central Oregon coast to enjoy the

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The joy of early morning photography for landscapes

Sunrise versus sunset, which is best for landscape photography? It depends. However, in general, I prefer sunrise for numerous reasons. Beautiful light Something both sunrise and sunset landscape photography have going for them is the potential for excellent light. Before

Read More

Using AI to recover an underexposed landscape

So, I arrived before sunrise at this beautiful old farmstead out in the country. I’m using multiple lenses, multiple ND filters and as I shoot the photographs, I’m continuously checking my images. But the light is changing quickly during the

Read More

Landscape photography on gloomy days

There are two things you are almost always guaranteed to find on the Oregon Coast: Stunning beauty and lots of rain. This summer, I took my family on a quick photo adventure along the central Oregon coast to enjoy the

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Landscapes in Luminar – Tips, Techniques, and a Simple Workflow for Beautiful Results

Digging into Skylum’s newest version of Luminar, the first question I had to answer is, “what can it do that will save me time, make my images look better, and not take forever to learn?” Once you open the program up, you find a tremendous amount options for processing. But, it is an easy to learn program that I have found can help you make quick adjustments to get great results.  These tips and techniques will help you sift through the options and features, so you can develop (pun intended) your own workflow, not just for your landscapes, but any type of photography.

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