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This tutorial is to help you learn how to adjust landscape photos to bring out the detail of the background and horizon. Much of the time a digital camera will bring out the colors more in the foreground, but with this tutorial you can learn how to emphasize the whole scene.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to blow-up or enlarge a picture. You might wish to do this to make a bigger print or for numerous other reasons. Photoshop does a pretty good job but you will still lose a bit of sharpness depending on how much larger you make the photo.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to replace the sky of one photo with the more interesting sky of another photo. I have had many photos where the landscape is very interesting but the sky is somewhat boring. With this technique you can fix that problem by simply changing the sky.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to remove unwanted items from a photo using the Clone Stamp Tool. For this photo (in order to simplify it and draw more attention to the main island) I removed the chain of little islands.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to darken the edges of a photo like a professional. I’m sure many of you have seen the photos for sale that have darkened corners to accent the subject of the image. This technique can make most amateur photos look very professional.
This tutorial is to help you learn how professional photo editors accent specific parts of a picture in order to lead their viewers attention into certain places. With this technique you can darken what is not important and brighten what is important to your photo.