The "isolate then adjust" technique - discover anunconventional way to make localised adjustments (eg. colour correction) to specific areas without them being influenced by other light, dark, or discoloured parts of the scene
How to create and use depth maps in your layer masking. Depth in landscape images is important, and elements at different distances often require different treatment depending on your vision for the finished image.
Learn how to create a depth map that can be used as a layer mask on your adjustments so you can easily and automatically affect foreground elements to higher or lower degrees than background elements (and vice versa).
How to "borrow" the most useful part of Photoshop's Sky Replacement tool. It's pretty clever, but it isn't the complete package when it comes to believably blending a sky from one shot into another. But there's one underlying feature within it that is really useful, and which you can steal to use in your own wicked ways!
How to "finish the job" that Photoshop's sky replacement tool attempts to start. This feature is pretty good at what it does. But it doesn't do the full job of blending a new sky into an image. There's a fair bit more that goes into a believable blend than just copy/pasting the sky, masking it in, and roughly matching colour. Here you're learning how to take over from where Photoshop leaves off to complete the job
How to fix a blurry sun star. Not every lens in every situation can produce a nice clean and sharp sun star. Sometimes through no fault of our own we're left with nothing more than a blurry suggestion of where a good looking sun star should be. Luckily, there are some techniques we can use to rescue these sun blobs and transform them into the star of the image (pun intended!)
End to end image editing walkthrough. See many of the techniques shown in the previous sections come together in a full editing walkthrough video demonstration.
Special PREMIUM Bonus #1:
Choose the premium option and receive highlights (an additional 2hr 45m videos) from 4 of Steve's members-only Live Zoom sessions demonstrating more unique ways to enhance your landsacape scenes:
5 tips and techniques for finessing your landscapes to put the finishing touches on your masterpieces!
The editing mistakes to look out for before you save and export your finished images (these can sneak up on you and easily go undetected until it's too late!)
How to analyse the histogram to uncover opportunities to make your images pop even more
A weird clone-stamp technique you can use to "borrow" other parts of your image to repair overexposed colours naturally
LOTS more (naturally!)
Special PREMIUM Bonus #2:
This course was originally released way back in 2014, but as with the vast majority of the techniques and methods I teach, what you'll learn in this 8+ year old course is still just as relevant today as it was back then.
Here's an overview of what's included across the 2+hrs of additional video lessons:
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This PREMIUM Bonus gives you access to 1 hour of additional tutorial videos from the June issue of PMC Insiders, which give you the best (and only REAL) way to use Generative Fill in Photoshop.
Most examples of this feature that you've seen online show how cool it is that you can add an artifically generated lighthouse to a photo that never had a lighthouse in it... Or how to create some other weird kind of composite that whilst incredibly clever, isn't anything any of us are really going to do.
So in these bonus videos I've made it a priority to show you the best way to get the most out of Generative fill in a way that you're actually going to use, and that can really benefit your photography.
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