Techniques to Improve Landscape Photos! -Adobe Lightroom 4

Techniques to Improve Landscape Photos! -Adobe Lightroom 4

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25 responses to “Techniques to Improve Landscape Photos! -Adobe Lightroom 4”

  1. Thanh Tùng Đặng says:

    tks !

  2. InfuzedMedia says:

    Haha, thanks man :)

  3. Ollie Ritchie says:

    I love how your voice sounds.. No Homo. Giving Aussie accents a good reputation :3 Sick tutorial mate!

  4. InfuzedMedia says:

    Haha thanks :)

  5. Mohammad Fazal says:

    oh Man.!! You are Awesome. 😉

  6. InfuzedMedia says:

    You’re welcome! :)

  7. fireden20 says:

    Your work is really good. Thanks for the tutorials, they really help. Keep up the good work.

  8. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks a lot 🙂

  9. Kristoffer Nilsson says:

    Very good and useful stuf. Great work!!

  10. InfuzedMedia says:

    It’s a song called corporate feeling.

  11. reincarnage256 says:

    i like the music
    what is the song name?

  12. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks a lot 🙂

  13. Vincent Dale says:

    I really like your tutorials man, thanks a lot and indeed I subscribe

  14. cibckwong says:

    i think there are some people don’t like too much “MSG” in their photos, haha,

  15. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks, and your’e very welcome!

  16. Ralphs Canon says:

    Your video’s are exceptionally good, thank you for the lightroom tutorials.

  17. InfuzedMedia says:

    Not too sure either, all I think about is the comparison of thumbs ups and downs though 🙂

  18. planchik says:

    why do people thumb this down? i don’t get it. its good info

  19. InfuzedMedia says:

    You’re welcome, and I’m guessing you’re talking about the noise in your photos. That will be either caused my shooting with a high ISO, or trying to add too much brightness into the shadows which will increase the visibility of it. To avoid it, you could try shooting with a lower ISO or adding some noise reduction in Lightroom or CameraRAW, however that will soften your overall photo.

  20. Shaji Manshad says:

    Thank u so much for your awesome tutorials . I have a doubt and I think you can help me on that . Once I finish all the adjustment , there are some red dots coming in the dark areas .. How I can avoid that .. thanks in advance..

  21. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks 🙂

  22. SALMAN KHAN says:

    NICE
    

  23. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks 🙂

  24. sanak sadayan says:

    awesome///
    

  25. InfuzedMedia says:

    Thanks 🙂

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