Photoshop Tutorial: Landscape Editing

Photoshop Tutorial: Landscape Editing

This is a tutorial of a few basic edits I apply to my landscape photography. It covers brightness adjustment, sharpening, noise reduction, proper flattening,…
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20 responses to “Photoshop Tutorial: Landscape Editing”

  1. Ahmad Adwani says:

    good work

  2. GroupsOf says:

    great tutorial

  3. WePrimates says:

    does your HDR process leave separate layers that are editable? I mean different layers where each layer represents a particular exposure setting? I hate how HDR figures out where all the exposure layers are, then blends them together without leaving them seperate so that you can make adjustments to each exposure layer.

  4. PaintWithBrett says:

    PLEASE check out my style of landscapes in new and would like feedback :O)

  5. Te1ecastermaster says:

    Why don’t you just sharpen at the end, so you don’t compile all the noise?

  6. Ricardo G says:

    Your mic quality is so bad

  7. TourAuraBlackHawk says:

    this was a great tutorial, thanks! I learned more about photoshop here than 2 years of middle school digital media classes

  8. sawsan ghadban says:

    Thank you very much.

  9. cl teoh says:


  10. Jane Gregory says:

    Really enjoyed this thank you. Just had a go at my very first landscape. I’ll come definitely come back to you as I need plenty of practice.
    Thanks again for all your help. x

  11. مدينة عالم التطوير says:

    nice man goood

  12. SuperMangn says:

    I dont know about this HDR stuff, I have seen non hdr images look much better than that.

  13. Eric Inghels says:

    great tutorial 😉

  14. Muhammad Yasir says:

    oh. my. gosh. this is so gooodd

  15. plasticpunch says:

    to much processing… otherwish great tutorial!!

  16. David Hasselberg says:

    You can also dupe the layer again before using the noise reduction tool, and the mask off the trees. That way you’ll keep the sharpness in the trees, but still get the rest free from noise. Of course you can do this with any objects! 🙂

  17. Pedro Amaral says:

    thank you very much for this 😀

  18. andalora91 says:

    Initially, I was unsure what you were going to do, it was already so beautiful, but the post-processing really fine-tuned the image without looking overtly Photoshopped. Thumbs up!

  19. Kelley Pascoe says:

    great tutorial! thanks for sharing

  20. 00theoutsider00 says:


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