Split Toning: A Powerful Way to OVERCOME Everyday Landscape Photography PROBLEMS!!

4/06/2020 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments


Landscape photographer Mark Denney discusses a powerful way to overcome everyday landscape photography problems. Out of all the tools, brushes and filters inside of Lightroom, there's one feature that he consistently hears is overlooked or rarely used for various different reasons.



In this video, Mark reviews what Split Toning is, how it works, the problems that it can solve, and how it can transform your landscape photos. There isn't many photo editing tools that he gets this excited about, but he thinks split toning is one that's worth the high praise.



There's many practical ways you can use split toning to solve common landscape photography problems and also multiple different ways you can get creative with it as well.


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About Mark Denney:


My passion for landscape photography has grown from my love of the great outdoors. The serenity and therapeutic nature are perhaps what I enjoy most about it. I treasure the complete process that landscape photography requires, from the on-location aspect of actually traveling and taking the image to the post processing workflow of Lightroom and Photoshop.  Let's Get Connected: markdenneyphotography.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


Text, image and video via Mark Denney




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1 comments:

Unknown said...

Very informative. I had never thought of using split toning on color, just black and white. I will definitely give this a try.