Landscape professional photographer Mark Denney's video clip from a few years back on landscape digital photography errors that novices make shown to be one of his most popular of all time. Now he's back with a follow-up tutorial that addresses something he didn't tackle in the previous video: what do you do when you make a picture blunder on area?
"One of the most popular video I've ever produced, with virtually one million views, is everything about beginner landscape photography mistakes to prevent, however one point that this video clip does not discuss concerns what to do if you've slipped up in the field as well as it's far too late to prevent?" Denney asks. "Do you just scrap the photos and also intend to one day go back to the area or is there a method to conserve the pictures from your journey?"
The good news is it's feasible to repair your pictures later on if you comply with a few little bits of editing and enhancing recommendations.
"The brief solution is of course, lot of times you can repair most of these blunders, depending on the severity obviously," Denney discusses. "In this video, we discuss just how you can fix numerous newbie photography mistakes with a bit of innovative photo modifying in order to save the images from your recent trip."
Below are the 5 usual novice photography errors that Denney states you can repair quickly during post-processing in Photoshop or Lightroom.
# 1 Merging Diverging Lines
# 2 Making Use Of Vehicle ISO
# 3 The Tripod Leg
# 4 Over-Inclusion
# 5 Uneven Horizons
See the video clip below to see how to deal with all these errors with some straightforward modifying and then go to and subscribe to Denney's channel to obtain all his material.