Dodging and burning can help to improve your landscape photos by selectively darkening and lightening specific areas of the photo. There are a few different ways that you can dodge and burn in Photoshop, and in this video tutorial you’ll see a quick and easy way to do it. You’ll learn how to effectively organize your layers, the best blend modes to use for your layers, how to selectively darken and lighten your photos, how to adjust the strength, and how to get a natural look.
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Simon Plant is an award-winning photographer & retoucher with over two decades of experience in the production of people & location photography. Whatever the subject his images share the same unique style and attention to detail from start to finish.These serene moments are created with his personal utilization of colour, light and rich tonal values, together with a personal interaction with his subject. You can find Simon on his websites, PlantPhoto and ProPhotoInsights, as well as on Twitter and 500px.
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