The settings and considerations for shooting handheld, how to compose a grand scene and maintain visual flow and impact, and then how to make simple yet powerful RAW file adjustments in Photoshop for boosting tones, dynamic range, and creating atmosphere.GET STARTED
You would like to know an easy and effective workflow for post-processing raw files.
You’re tired of relying on plugins and pre-sets to get desired results in processing.
You want to gain a better understanding of composition theory.
"These are some of the best tutorials in the landscape photography community, easy to understand, and each episode is filled with a ton of information and knowledge."
"Finally, an all-inclusive tutorial series that demystifies the shooting and processing techniques we all want to know. Worth the wait."
"I've always had trouble with post-processing but the way Will edits and explains how to edit his photos is so easy and not a headache. I have learned so much through his videos."
"I created this course to share my approach to capturing a scene like this and how to work with a grand landscape that combines so many different aspects. I also wanted to show how you can harness the power of masking in Photoshop in order to easily piece together all your exposures to create one final result."
In this lesson, Will introduces the course, outlining what’s ahead and things to consider.
In this lesson, join Will on the New Zealand coast, as he shares his thought process and approach to the scene, the thought process, compositional theory, and the settings used to shoot handheld an...
Step into the editing suite as Will begins processing on a RAW file, showcasing the image selected and reasons why he chose the files.
See how Will begins his post-processing in Adobe Camera Raw, making effective global adjustments to improve the exposure and dynamic range.
In this lesson, Will showcases effective ways to process localized portions of the image to enhance detail and light.
Learn about masking in Photoshop and see how Will blends in a separate exposure to streak the water in the foreground, allowing him to create images like this without the need for a tripod.
See how masking is used to replace the sky, using one captured from a different perspective in the field.
In this lesson, Will shows further techniques for refining the sky mask.
See how to boost light and luminance across a scene.
A new mask is created and the sky is replaced to create more texture and impact in the image.
Learn how to tidy up the scene and mask using cloning.
See how the foreground is swapped out with a previous exposure, to create better visual flow.
Will finishes up the processing with some final enhancements and adjustments.
Will closes out the course with some final thoughts and considerations.