Landscape professional photographer Mark Denney's video from a couple of years ago on landscape photography mistakes that beginners make shown to be among his most popular of all time. Now he's back with a follow-up tutorial that addresses something he didn't deal with 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 sights, is all about newbie landscape digital photography errors to stay clear of, however one point that this video doesn't discuss relates to what to do if you've made a mistake in the field as well as it's too late to stay clear of?" Denney asks. "Do you simply ditch the images and wish to one day return to the location or exists a method to save the photos from your journey?"
The good news is it's feasible to repair your images later if you adhere to a few bits of editing recommendations.
"The brief response is indeed, many times you can take care of the majority of these errors, depending upon the severity obviously," Denney clarifies. "In this video, we talk about exactly how you can repair lots of newbie photography blunders with a little bit of imaginative picture editing and enhancing in order to conserve the pictures from your recent trip."
Below are the five typical beginner photography errors that Denney says you can fix easily throughout post-processing in Photoshop or Lightroom.
# 1 Converging Splitting Lines
# 2 Making Use Of Vehicle ISO
# 3 The Tripod Leg
# 4 Over-Inclusion
# 5 Misaligned Horizons
See the video clip below to see exactly how to deal with all these mistakes with some simple editing and enhancing and afterwards see as well as sign up for Denney's network to obtain all his content.