LANDSCAPES IN COLOR: Start-to-Finish Editing Tutorial Series is a collection of instructional videos about post-processing color landscape photographs. This is a non-linear program where one can learn the fundamentals and depth of techniques applied in post-processing landscape images. All video tutorials are made to provide instructions from start to finish of the editing process. There are currently 10 instructional videos under this tutorial series. All subscribers are given a link to access and download them. On top of that, you’ll have access to tutorials that will be created in the future. You’ll be informed via email whenever a new tutorial is made.
The software mostly used in the videos are Adobe Photoshop CC, and Adobe Camera Raw. Luminar, Nik Collection and Tony Kuyper TK5 and TK6 were used also in a few videos.
WHAT YOU GET
✓ One time purchase/subscription, keep forever
✓ Currently, there are more than 10 hours of video tutorials
✓ Download access to all 10 videos
✓ Lifetime access to future tutorials
✓ Some RAW are files included
✓ HD videos
✓ English Instruction
✓ Genres: Color Landscapes
What I was after was to take ICM images of random objects and in this way unscramble the existing reality and then, having wreaked havoc in existing reality, search, on the computer screen, for an entirely new one in what seemed to be a bedlam of pixels.
My intention was not to devastate the existing reality but to shake it to its core, make all the elements of it come loose and deconstruct it – and in this seemingly chaotic environment find what has been there all along, previously invisible to the eye.
Turning chaos into order.
It is clear then that must as I was the person behind the camera and in from of the computer screen I cannot be credited with creating any of the images featured in this publication. All of them, and I suspect a lot more, were already present in the bangarang on my screen. More so – they were existing in our everyday reality, unbeknown to us, living their lives in parallel existence long before I decided to seek them out. All I did was to free them.
Note: All the images presented in this publication are subject to copyright and cannot be published, printed and sold without my clear permission.