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Stop Using this Common Editing Tool on your Landscape Photos! There's a better way..

8/26/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

In this video, Mark Denney discusses the more common approach that most beginners implement when editing color which is applying global vibrance and saturation to their entire image. While this is fine to get started there is a much more powerful way to create a substantially more pleasing result. 

But, instead of him just sitting here telling you how great this approach is, he puts it to the test in this week's video where he edits one of his favorite fall landscape photos using only the Vibrance & Saturation sliders and compare the results to his preferred method in order to illustrate the difference. 

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: |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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Good tutorial on using the full range of tools in LR but, seriously, no one is ever going to use just the Vibrance and Saturation sliders. For a fairer comparison you could at least have set the colour profile and white balance.
That said I do like the way you achieved colour separation using the calibration panel.