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How to Quickly Remove Power Lines from Photos

Those pesky power lines are the bane of every landscape photographer! Here is a simple trick to get rid of them in Photoshop.

Intelligent White Balance

We all know that sometimes it’s necessary to bracket the exposure in the camera to capture the entire dynamic range seen by the human eye. What is not so well known is the fact that white balance also needs to be bracketed in order to get a natural looking image. Take a look at this […]

VW13 – RAW Processing Assignment Critique

In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the results of the May assignment were varied and creative! In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the RAW assignment.
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A Critique with Arcanum Masters

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This is a preview of what you can expect in your level 5 critique! Have you submitted your application to The Arcanum?
Herbert Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
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Photoshop Workflow: Intelligent Blending

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We think that the photographer should decide where blending should occur - rather than leaving those decisions to a machine that can't actually see anything.
Emerald Lake, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Photoshop versus Fieldwork

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It's up to you to decide how you want to produce your finished images. Just remember that your options are wide open!
Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania (PA), USA
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Photography Workflow: Lovers

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Sometimes, photos that seem incredibly simple at first glance are actually more complicated than you'd think.
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Light and Landscape Issue 2 Released!

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In this issue, I share my process for creating a black and white photograph, and Jay and I share tips for developing your post production fine art workflow.
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Can you Share your Processing Workflow?

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When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in post, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.
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Beginner Landscape Photography: Post Processing

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Now that you have returned from your landscape photography adventure the question is how do you start post processing those awesome photos?