Use the Landscape Profile and the Linear Gradient Tool

Create a better starting point for your edits by applying the Adobe Landscape color profile and using Auto Tone for general enhancements. Adjust lighting, bring out details, remove haze, and fix crooked horizons. Then make…

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Make Your Landscapes Pop with Basic Edits

Fix camera lens distortions, use Auto Tone to make overall improvements, and move sliders to adjust exposure, haze, shadows, and more. Then bring out details with the Clarity and Sharpening sliders, and remove flaws with…

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Chris Burkard Photographs Landscapes with Adobe Lightroom

See how pro photographer Chris Burkard prepares for a landscape shoot, and get his tips for conveying scale and using perspective to make the difference between a good photo and a great one. Follow…

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11 Tips for Photographing Your Dog or Cat Like a Pro

In order to make your snapshots stand out above the rest by making them look professional, incorporating several creative elements can do just that. I am often asked by pet owners how to get the…

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Lightroom Coffee Break: Introducing the New Profile Browser in Lightroom Classic CC

Lightroom tips and tricks in 60 seconds or less from longtime Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde. Follow Download Premium Presets :

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Suggested Camera Settings for Portrait Photography

Taking pictures of people can be challenging for an amateur photographer. Everyone enjoys seeing good portrait photos, whether of family, friends, or just an interesting face. And, as photographers, we also enjoy being able to…

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Four Creative Color and Tonal Edits Using Blend Modes in Photoshop CC

Explore different blend modes that can be used for creative color and tonal edits in Photoshop CC. For more in-depth tutorials, training, techniques and shortcuts for working with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, check out Julieanne’s…

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Using Fast Shutter Speeds With Landscape and Nature Photography

Photo by Atlantios / CC0 You’ve probably read a lot about using a slow shutter speed to capture nature and landscapes in a way that looks fantastic. Stars streaking across the sky, rivers and streams…

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How to Take Underwater Photos

In addition to being wedding photographers, my wife Anna and I are also keen divers (at least as long as the water is warm and clear!), so quite naturally, we’ve been eager to experiment with…

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5 Hidden Gems in Photoshop That You Can Use All the Time

Here’s a helpful 9.5-minute video by CreativeLive in which photographer Blake Rudis shares 5 “hidden” gems in Adobe Photoshop you can add to your mental toolkit to improve your workflow. Here’s a quick rundown of…

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