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Post production photography tutorials by CaptureLandscapes.

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...

How to Blend Images Using Luminosity Masks in Photoshop

Though digital cameras are constantly improving Dynamic Range, they still struggle when dealing with scenes portraying extreme contrasts in tonal values. Scenarios where the...

Lightroom 101 – Part 2: Import Images

This is part two in our Lightroom 101 series. In part 1,  you were introduced to Adobe Lightroom and learned why this is a...

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...

Understanding the HSL/Color Panel in Lightroom

There are several tools for working with colors in Adobe Lightroom but the HSL/Color panel is the most important when it comes to making...

3 Effective Methods to Select and Apply Luminosity Masks

Luminosity Masks are considered an advanced technique but with a little bit of basic Photoshop knowledge, you'll be surprised to see just how easy...

5 Tips on How to Process Light in Landscape Photography

You are into photography. This means you are a light chaser by definition. Because we all know: light makes or breaks a photograph. So...

Two Ways to Enhance Sunsets in Photoshop

Have you ever photographed a great sunrise or sunset but found that the colors captured in your camera weren't nearly as impressive as what...

The Orton Effect Explained

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...

What’s The Role of Visualization In Black & White Landscape Photography?

There are two different aspects to developing a black and white landscape photo in Lightroom. One is craft, where you use Lightroom’s sliders and...