5 Helpful Tips for Better Landscape Photo Edits in Lightroom

No doubt, when it comes to landscape photography, the majority of the time, half of the image is in the edit. Lightroom has a lot of powerful tools to help you accomplish your creative vision, and this helpful video tutorial features five great tips to make sure you are getting the most out of them.

Coming to you from Serge Ramelli Photography, this fantastic video tutorial features five helpful tips for creating better landscape photos when working in Lightroom. Lightroom offers a lot more editing versatility than most people realize, and it can a lot more efficient to finish a photo there than to send it round-trip through Photoshop. No matter where you edit, however, one important thing is to remember not to take things too far. It can be really easy with landscape images to do things like over-pump the saturation and end up with a rather garish result. Taking a minute to step away from your computer after you're done editing and return with a fresh eye will help you make a more objective evaluation before you export. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Ramelli.

And if you really want to dive into landscape photography, check out "Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi." 

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David Pavlich's picture

Serge can be over the top at times, but some of his tips are very good.

William Faucher's picture

Haha yeah while I appreciate the tips he gives to the community, I personally cannot stand listening to the guy