Guide to Landscape Photography Workflow & Post-Processing

Digital image capture and post-processing has totally transformed the art of landscape photography. The days of being restricted to the results made in-camera are long gone – we are now presented with a seemingly boundless array of processing options. The goal of this in-depth new eBook is to demystify the digital landscape photography workflow. Found here: Loving Landscapes

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“The section on how to merge the best elements of multiple exposures as an alternative to traditional HDR is invaluable, being aware of and understanding these possibilities is critical for getting the most out of each landscape you are faced with.” -Richard Schneider

We photographers have the ability to tweak, morph, weld together and generally torture our pixels with reckless abandon – these are truly golden times for landscape and nature photographers!

If there is a downside to all this digital possibility it is that there are simply too many possibilities – the complexity of many advanced digital post-processing techniques are simply off the chart and the full workflow from capture to output is bewildering for beginners.

The goal of this book is to demystify the digital landscape photography workflow by sharing almost every landscape photography technique, trick and hack that we have accumulated over the past 20 years of photographing nature together. We will start out in ‘the field’ and take you step-by- step through download, archiving, image selection and post- processing.

Some of the many topics covered (207 pages):

  • Chapter one: image capture
  • Image sharpness
  • Achieving correct exposure
  • Achieving correct color in-camera
  • Minimize noise to maximize image quality
  • Achieving maximum resolution
  • Capture in RAW
  • Chapter two: computers and backups
  • In the field: backups
  • In the studio: backups
  • Chapter three: RAW workflow for landscape photography
  • RAW post-processing
  • Chapter four: file management in Lightroom
  • Chapter five: organizing your images in Lightroom
  • Metadata – Santa’s little helper
  • Chapter six: outputting images from Lightroom
  • Lightroom Publish Services
  • Exporting from Lightroom
  • Output sharpening
  • Sharpening for screen use
  • Sharpening for print
  • The Lightroom to Photoshop workflow
  • Chapter seven: single-exposure post-processing
  • The Lightroom Develop Module
  • Develop Module: what’s in a name?
  • Getting into Develop mode
  • Enhancing landscape images –four key values
  • Exposure adjustments
  • Lightroom exposure controls
  • Color adjustments
  • Lightroom color controls
  • Lightroom contrast controls
  • Image quality
  • Lightroom’s image quality tools
  • Chapter eight: single-exposure post-processing walkthrough
  • The Graduated Filter tool
  • The Adjustment Brush tool
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  • Chapter nine: other Lightroom tools and features
  • Controlling noise
  • Lens Correction
  • The HSL / Color / B&W panel
  • Painting with color
  • The Split Toning panel
  • Lightroom Presets
  • The Effects panel
  • The Radial Filter
  • Chapter ten: single-exposure techniques
  • Photo-Impressionism
  • Zooming and camera spin
  • Camera spin
  • Long Exposures using ND filters
  • ‘Milky Way’ photography
  • Chapter eleven: Photoshop for landscape photographers
  • Photoshop for landscape photography – the basics
  • The Photoshop Tool Palette
  • Introducing Layers
  • Layer masks
  • Advanced Content Replacement – Photoshop vs. Lightroom
  • Chapter twelve: Multi-exposure workflow
  • Exposure blending to expand dynamic range
  • Tips for photographing exposure blended images
  • Exposure blending using the Gradient tool
  • Exposure blending using complex selections
  • Exposure blending using a luminosity mask
  • Merging ‘best elements’
  • Tips for photographing for best-element composites
  • Star trails and light painting
  • HDR (High Dynamic Range)
  • Post-processing star trail sequences

“A good landscape photography workflow nurtures and supports your creative instincts while equipping you with the tools to work around obstacles – both in the field and in the studio. I view complex workflow techniques as a means to an end and I only resort to them when simple strategies are failing to deliver the desired results.” -Author Todd Sisson

How to get a copy:

The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers. It also carries a 60 day no-questions-asked guarantee, if you are not satisfied with any part of the book just let them know and they will give you a full refund so there is no risk in trying it.

Found here: Loving Landscapes – Landscape Photography Workflow & Post-Processing

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One response to “Guide to Landscape Photography Workflow & Post-Processing”

  1. Bonnie Lupton says:

    I would like to download presets for Lightroom 5 for Landscape.
    Where can I purchase?

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