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The great thing about landscape photography is that there are so many beautiful subjects with which to work.
Whether you like the beach or snow-capped mountain peaks, forests or deserts, the plains or the rainforest, you can find something on which to focus your camera.
But, simply composing and taking a shot is just part of the process. You also need to edit your photos to bring out every ounce of beauty that the imaging files contain. So, how do you do that?
In the video above by B&H Photo Video, famed landscape photographer Scott Kelby offers up ten of his favorite landscape editing tricks to help us learn what to do (and not to do, I suppose) to create dynamic and engaging landscape photos.
He covers some pretty basic tasks that you might already know, like how to handle vignetting and removing dust spots from an image.
But Scott also dives into more complex editing tasks, like creative reflections, replacing the sky, and using the masking tool.
In other words, by the end of this video, you'll have a nice toolkit of Photoshop tips and tricks that you can rely on for editing your favorite landscape photos.