• 9:52

    Obstacles to a Clean Composition

    Obstacles can detract from the main subject of your photograph. These can prevent you from achieving a clean composition. In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston takes you to southern Utah and shows you his unedited compositions that include distracting objects. David has captured multiple exposures of scrub brush, a…

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  • 9:41

    How to Process Your Abstract Photography

    Are you one of the outdoor photographers who favor wide dramatic images of the landscape, the big background sky, the main mid-ground subject and the colorful foreground? Most of us love those beautiful images and take pains to get them right. But you might want to take a left turn and explore abstract photography. In…

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  • 10:22

    Create Rich Black Tones in Lightroom

    You capture a beautiful landscape image, and it looks great on your camera’s LCD screen. Yet, when you study the file in the editing suite, it is missing a certain dynamic quality. The black tones are not deep or dramatic enough. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston takes you through…

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  • 11:52

    Simplify Your Compositions in Lightroom

    When you are in the field shooting landscapes, you’ve developed a step by step method to make your compositions correct. But sometimes, you overdo it and lose the main idea. Lightroom can help you simplify your images to make them hum. In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s David Johnston takes you into his…

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  • 13:24

    Selective Color Masking

    If you’re a serious landscape photographer, the colors of your images need to be spot on including tone, saturation, and luminance. This means manipulating and isolating color, and having control over color. The technique is called color masking. In this video lesson Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Matt Bishop shows you how the powerful tool…

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  • 13:38

    Masking Layers with Camera Raw Filter

    If you’re a serious landscape photographer, you most likely work with RAW files to achieve the highest quality and range of dynamics such as depth, lighting, saturation, and white balance. To achieve the best results, it’s a good idea to work with the Camera RAW filter in Photoshop. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s…

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  • 16:43

    Exporting Different Media in Lightroom

    You’ve researched and found an ideal outdoor location, you’ve traveled there, captured the image, and taken your time retouching to achieve the desired effect. But the next step may be the most important: exporting your final image. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Matt Bishop shows you three methods for exporting different…

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  • 19:11

    Creating Mood in Images

    Sometimes, you take a great outdoor photograph, you go through post-production editing, but somehow you can’t quite convey the visual mood you want in your photo. The quality just doesn’t seem to compare to the pros. But put on your editing cap, because there is a solution. In this video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer…

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  • 17:51

    Contrast Depth

    There are times when you might capture a wonderful outdoor photograph, but when you bring up the file in your edit suite, that file appears kind of dull and flat. There is a solution, and it’s called contrast depth, the tonal values between the lights and the shadows. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s…

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