Enhancing your Travel Photography
Whether you’re road tripping across the country, or taking a hike in your own neck of the woods, what better way to share you experience than snapping a few photos of the beautiful sights nature has to offer.
No matter how fancy your camera, capturing the scenery and the sky is always a difficult task. Either your scenery is beautiful and the sky is blown out white, or the sky is beautiful and the scenery looks like a silhouette.
There is an easy way to fix this issue, and one of our favorite educators, Corey Barker has a quick video tutorial to help you get the best of both worlds. Corey shows:
- How using a Wacom pen tablet helps you create realistic sky composites
- How using saturation adjustment layers make your landscapes pop
Header image by Techman Joe Sliger