Case study: sunset in Tatra mountains
More and more people keep me asking how did I process my particular photos. As it’s rather difficult to describe in text as this process often involves many steps, many layers masks (in some cases a few dozens!), various blending modes etc. I decided to start new series of short video tutorials in which I will show you some details about my post-processing.
In the first part of this new series I’m showing post-processing of above photo taken in Tatra mountains, Poland. I shared this image before but as you were interested in learning more about post-processing this photo I’m resharing it
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