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Shutter Evolve

Postby maverick » Wed Apr 16, 2014 5:15 pm

Cool site for landscape photographers with some good free tutorials that will help
novice photographers add powerful tools to their arsenal.
http://www.shutterevolve.com/tutorials/ ... -blending/
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Re: Shutter Evolve

Postby InsaneBoost » Wed Apr 16, 2014 7:38 pm

Great link, I will try some of this after my trip to Big Sur next week. Should be able to get a nice outcome between some images.
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Re: Shutter Evolve

Postby larroyo33 » Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:48 pm

Jimmy McIntyre is great. He is one of the photographers that got me really into post-processing and getting more serious about my photos. Great teacher and top-notch photographer.

Another good free resource is http://photoserge.com/. Serge Ramelli has over 100 free tutorials on his website (mostly on using adobe lightroom). He mostly shoots cityscapes, but a lot of his techniques can be applied to landscapes as well.

One more good free resource is http://kelbytv.com/. I especially like The Grid with Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski. They cover a wide range of topics on the show, but there is a lot of good information in there on photography in general, post-processing, and sometimes they specifically focus on landscape photography.
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Re: Shutter Evolve

Postby InsaneBoost » Fri Apr 18, 2014 9:08 am

Yeah I've always enjoyed Serge Ramelli's work. Was actually using some of his tutorials for how to plan to do my long exposures on the beach this upcoming week with a big stopper. Granted, I pretty much already understood it, but never is a bad idea to check.
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