• 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 – 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 pro…

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  • 16:43

    Exporting Different Media in Lightroom

    After much research, you find an ideal outdoor location. You travel there, capture the image, then you spend a long time retouching the image to achieve the desired effect. But the next step may be the most important – How to Export in Lightroom for where your photo will be presented. In this video lesson,…

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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 just can’t convey that visual message you want in creating mood. Your image never quite compares to the quality of the pros. But put on your editing clothes, because there is a solution. In this video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s…

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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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  • 4:13

    Fine Art Printing

    You’re a landscape photographer, and you’ve captured, retouched and edited a superb image. Now you want to move into fine art printing and create a lasting print. What’s the best way to go about fine art printing? In this free video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Paul Thomson discusses quality printing and offers you…

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  • 7:47

    How to Easily Use Watermarks in Lightroom

    If you’re like most outdoor photographers, you work hard to capture a great composition. You might post your best ones on various online sites like Flickr, Facebook and Instagram. You worry about your images being used without your permission and even for profit. How do you protect your photographs from theft? By using watermarks on…

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  • 8:17

    Complement the Atmosphere by Painting With Light in Photoshop

    You’ve heard of painting with light in Photoshop, and you want to know more. Have you ever photographed a colorful sunrise or sunset scene and thought you had an amazing shot? Then, when you get back in the editing suite, you discover the lighting and colors weren’t quite right. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography…

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  • 3:38

    How to Quickly Organize Your Lightroom Catalog

    You’ve spent a wonderful week on a photography expedition, shooting scenes at lakes and parks, in forests and on hiking trails. You download a thousand files into your Lightroom catalog. Now what? In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston demonstrates how to quickly locate and sort your best shots. No more…

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  • 7:03

    What Is Luminosity Masking in Photoshop?

    Do you sometimes feel as if your photograph looks beautiful on the LCD screen of your camera, but doesn’t quite make the grade on your computer monitor? In today’s digital world, a top notch outdoor photograph generally requires two stages: capturing a quality image with your camera and then editing that image in post processing.…

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