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A tutorial from a photoshoot in Spain. We will use some new techniques from Lightroom here since the latest release. For instance how to get rid of the yellow background in Lightroom. We will also add a sky and make the horse pop out more with the new techniques.
With a short behind the scene film. In this tutorial I will show you how to make the Heather purple if it is not purple anymore. I will also show you how to make the horse black if he has turned a little brown in the sun. I also add a sky and a purple overlay.
With a short behind the scene film. In this tutorial we will make the Palomino really pop out. We are going to add some sun beams, make a natural vignet and sharpen the sand.
With a short behind the scene film. In this tutorial we get rid of disturbing elements when we have to deal with a difficult background. We will make the background more similar, add a sun and change the color of the dress.
In this tutorial I will show you different techniques to get rid of disturbing elements and put a sparkle in the eye. We also add a dramatic sky.
How to get rid of the green/yellow vibe in the photo and make it more like a fairy-tale photo.
In this tutorial I show you how to change the sky and add a shadow to your subject.
A photo made in Spain and sometimes you see the potential even more. Tried it out with sand dunes on the background (included in this tutorial) and it became even more special.
A little bit of fine art. So in this tutorial I tell you how to photograph this and then how to edit it so it will pop out!
How to make the photo really special. The subject is there but I show you how to make it even more beautiful.
Get rid of the greens in the photo and change the position of the horse.
How to change a normal photo into a snow photo. Of course including the overlay I used but that counts for all the tutorials.