Making your landscape photos pop using Adobe Camera Raw


posted Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 2:30 PM EDT


As part of Phlearn Pro, which is available for as low as $8.25 per month, Aaron Nace creates a lot of great video tutorial content. On the Phlearn YouTube channel, Nace releases free excerpts from different paid tutorial series. While they aren't the full content, of course, they often offer some great tips and tricks. The latest free excerpt is all about landscape photography and how you can use Adobe Camera Raw to make your landscape images "pop."

In the excerpt below, we see that a good place to start in Adobe Camera Raw is with lens corrections. Next, you should evaluate the image you're working on and decide what you want the final image to look like. When editing images, you should always be acting with intent, just like you should shoot with intent. Nace decides he wants to add more emphasis to the foreground in his image so he will target the area with an adjustment brush. To see how he works through the image, check out the video below.

(Via Phlearn