Post-Processing

Post-Processing is an important part of a photographer’s workflow. Whether it’s making simple corrections to contrast and exposure, or it’s applying more advanced techniques such as focus stacking or exposure blending, it’s where you can apply your unique creative touch. The posts found in our post-processing category are made to teach you the essential editing skills that will help take your photography to the next level.

Topaz Photo AI: Is it Worth the Money? [2024 Review]

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Topaz Photo AI is far from cheap, but does combining DeNoise AI, Gigapixel AI, and Sharpen AI justify it? Do the tools work equally...

Lightroom Classic v12.3 Update: DeNoise & New Masking Features

Adobe recently introduced a new update to Lightroom Classic (v12.3) that features a brand-new denoising tool, new masking features, and several other enhancements. It's...

How to Make and Use Presets in Color Efex Pro

Color Efex Pro is a tool both seasoned and beginning photographers should know about as it's been one of the most popular photo editors...

Dodge and Burn With Raya Pro Photoshop Plugin [A How to...

Dodge and Burn is a post-processing technique that’s used to adjust the exposure in specific areas of an image. Photographers have used this technique...

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Dodging & Burning has been around since photography began and that is a long time ago, even before Facebook or Instagram. The fact that...

How to Use the Color Grading Tool in Lightroom

The Color Grading tool in Lightroom replaced the Split Toning Tool that many are familiar with. But is it any better? Is there a...

9 Ways Landscape Photographers Can Use Lightroom

Much has been written about using Lightroom to develop landscape photos, and realistically many CaptureLandscape readers, as advanced landscape photographers, are just as likely...

How Good is Topaz DeNoise AI, Really?

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Topaz DeNoise AI has been the hot topic lately and you might have seen a handful of ads across social media praising it. The...

Capture the Full Dynamic Range by Taking Multiple Exposures

Capturing the full dynamic range of a scene is one of the biggest difficulties in landscape photography. I'm willing to bet that the majority...

5 Mistakes That Could Be Hurting Your Photography

A common question I am frequently asked is “how did you learn how to process your photos?” I’ve been lucky enough to receive help...