The world of digital photography is full of amazing tools and applications, but for some people, the tools can be intimidating.
Here’s how to add a few extra elements to your pictures that are just a little bit out of your comfort zone.
First up, we have the amazing feature called Landscape.
If you’re familiar with Photoshop or Lightroom, Landscape will help you take photos with a nice, flat surface.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use Landscape to add an awesome splash of color to your shots.
I like to start with a landscape shot with my phone or tablet, and then add a bit of light to the scene by using a layer mask.
I’ve added a few lines to the foreground and the background with my Photoshop, and I’m using the Layer Mask to add color to the background.
I’ve also made a few adjustments to my camera settings, to make it more like a landscape picture.
Then I’ll layer these changes on top of the layers and then select the layer.
I can now create a new layer with a layer on top and the same adjustment layer as before.
I’ll use the new layer to add more color to my foreground.
Next, I’ll add a couple of lines to my background using a new Layer Mask and then use the layer mask to create a bit more of an impact.
I’m also using the layer to create some shadows to the horizon.
I used this technique to create the shadow of the trees on the horizon in this landscape photo.
Finally, I will layer a few of the shadows on top to add another layer of contrast to my shot.
I created these shadow lines with the layer Mask, and they add a little depth to the image.
Finally I’ll apply a bit too much contrast using the Color Balance Tool.
I added some white to the landscape image using a little layer mask, and added a bit to the shadow lines using the Level Adjustment Tool.
To make your photos look a little more colorful, you can apply some Photoshop Effects.
This time I’m doing the Layer Style to add the “flattering” effect to my shots.
To create a nice splash of contrast, I use the Layer Styles to add different styles of shadows and highlights to my photos.