How to Use Photoshop to Retouch Landscape Images
You’re on a spectacular vacation and on the last evening, you capture the perfect image of the sunset. When you get home, you open up the image and suddenly you realize that the perfect image you captured in your camera had a few extra power poles, some blurry buildings and some birds that looked a lot better in person. How can you fix the photo so it looks like it did in your memories?
In the video tutorial below, Corey Barker uses a Wacom pen tablet and Photoshop to retouch a landscape image. In the video he covers:
- Using the spot heating brush to remove portions of the image, and save time while editing
- Using adjustment layers to increase contrast
- Isolating places in the image to sharpen
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