• 9:23

    How to Make Your Subjects Pop in Post-Processing

    Sometimes, you take a great outdoor photograph, but when you download the image into Lightroom, the main subject just doesn’t stand out the way you thought it would. But put on your edit hat. There is a solution. In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston takes you through a few…

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  • 7:12

    How to Choose: Black and White or Color

    When you capture your outdoor images, do you sometimes think of shooting in black and white? But when you get into post processing, shooting in black and white doesn’t quite work out. In this premium video lesson, nature photographer David Johnston helps you make that choice. For this shooting in black and white tutorial, you…

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  • 7:59

    Two Ways to Use Masks in Photoshop

    What exactly is Photoshop masking? The masking process involves creating layers and then using Photoshop tools to conceal or reveal certain parts of each layer. You photograph the same exact scene, each image with a different exposure, and then you merge the two layers for a final balanced image. In this premium video, professional nature…

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  • 7:51

    How to Use Lightroom Lens Correction

    On your outdoor field trips, you’ve been capturing some quality images, but sometimes they look distorted. In this premium video lesson, professional nature photographer David Johnston takes you into his studio for tips on Lightroom lens correction. In using a wide angle lens for your landscape images, it sometimes distorts the edges, which tend to…

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  • 9:12

    How to Unleash the Power of Split Toning

    You are always eager to improve the quality of your images. An effective and powerful technique is Lightroom’s split toning. In this premium video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional photographer Mark Denney takes you into his studio for a tutorial on adding drama to your outdoor and landscape photographs. What is split toning? Put simply, it’s…

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  • 10:29

    Using Dodging and Burning in Lightroom to Transform Outdoor Photographs

    You’ve heard about the technique of dodging and burning, and you’d like to use it to improve your images. In the digital world, the ideal technique is dodging and burning in Lightroom. In this premium video, How to Transform your Outdoor Photographs Using Dodging and Burning in Lightroom, professional photographer Mark Denney takes you into…

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  • 8:10

    Basics of Mask and Layers in Photoshop

    You’d like to improve your landscape and wildlife images to make them sharper, brighter, and perfectly exposed. You’ve heard about multiple exposures and how to combine them through layers in Photoshop. But how to do it. In this premium video, Basics of Layers and Masks in Photoshop, nature photographer David Johnston takes you into the…

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  • 8:17

    The Best Way to Use the Radial Filter in Lightroom

    On your outdoor field trips, you’ve been capturing some pleasing images of wildlife. Yet when you view the files on your computer, you’re never quite satisfied with how the central subject takes center stage. In this premium video, The Best Way to Use the Radial Filter in Lightroom, professional nature photographer David Johnston gives you…

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  • 6:23

    Remove Unwanted Objects in Photoshop

    How many times have you returned from a field trip only to find small unwanted objects in a wide angle landscape image? In this premium video, Remove Unwanted Objects in Photoshop, nature photographer David Johnston takes you into his edit suite and shows you a simple method to remove unwanted objects in Photoshop. On a…

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