Post-Processing

Either it’s making simple corrections to contrast and exposure, or it’s applying more advanced techniques such as focus stacking or exposure blending, there’s little doubt that photo editing is an important part of a photographer’s workflow. The posts found on this page are made to teach you the post-processing skills that will help take your photography to the next level.

A Quick but Efficient Color Enhancement Technique 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...

Lightroom 101: Introduction

In this new beginners series we will be looking into the benefits of using Lightroom and the basic knowledge you need to process your landscape photography.

Video: Essential Luminosity Mask Tutorial For Beginners

Post-processing is in many ways an important part of photography but it can be quite difficult to know where to begin and how to...

Remove Dust Spots in Adobe Lightroom

Dust spots is something that has annoyed most of us on more than one occasion. Luckily there is a simple way to remove dust spots in Adobe Lightroom.

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...

How to Create a Vignette in Photoshop

Two Techniques to Create a Vignette in Photoshop Vignettes can be one of the most powerful adjustments to help enhance the composition and light in...

How to Quickly 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?...

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...

How to Edit Autumn Photographs in Luminar 4

Autumn is a favorite season amongst many landscape photographers and it's not hard to understand why when you see the abundance of vibrant colors...

5 Mistakes That Could Be Hurting Your Photography

5 Reasons Your Photography Sucks A common question I am frequently asked is “how did you learn how to process your photos?” I’ve been lucky...