Most landscape images take a fair amount of editing to produce a finished result, and with all that post-processing, you often run the risk of going a bit too far. If that is something you sometimes struggle with, this excellent video tutorial discusses six signs that you have overedited a landscape image so you can fix them before you export your photo.
Coming to you from Mark Denney, this great video tutorial details six signs that you have gone too far with your post-processing of your landscape photos. No doubt, post-processing is a crucial part of landscape photography, both in terms of producing a polished image and developing your personal style, and refining your technique is important. Even after a long time working in the genre, it is easy to go overboard; one thing that helps is to step away from your computer for a minute or so before you export your image, then return to it with a fresh set of eyes, as this will help you evaluate your work more objectively. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Denney.
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