Added by on 2017-03-20

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote In this short tutorial I wanted to walk you through how you might use BOTH Lightroom and photoshop to make amazing landscape photographs. Many photographers will argue that a photo is best without manipulation. I’m of the mindset that you can shoot with the knowledge of multiple tools at your disposal to get awesome photos via your post workflow. These tools aren’t here just to “fix” a bad photograph. They can be sued to help you tell any story you want. Follow my instagram: Jonas’ is : @behindthescience Music in the credits from the Golden Duck Orchestra: or their Youtube Channel: Want to take better Video? You’re in Luck! ↓ More info and sources below ↓ We have a new book out that outlines everything you need to know to take great pictures and video. Check it out here: Also, Jonas and I are creating a whole series to get you started. Here is the first video to get you into it: Spread the word and follow us on: FB: Twitter: Don’t forget to subscribe to this and our other great channels Untamed Science: Sport Science: Behind the Scenes: Biophilia: Mushrooms of the World: The Curious Parent: Video Rating: / 5


  • Sulfen 3 years ago

    Thank you for the tutorial. Did intentionally play with every slider so that we got an idea of what it did?

  • Filip Cernelic 3 years ago


  • Quick Adobe Tutorials 3 years ago

    I just posted a Lightroom pack video that is perfect for GoPro shots. I'd appreciate if anyone is willing to support a new channel and check it out, hope you find it helpful!

  • Tarex 3 years ago

    Its just crazy what you can do with a picture, thank you for showing your workflow. Really helped me out to start using some of the tools in Lightroom and Photoshop 🙂

  • Raunak Verma 3 years ago

    nice one man

  • cgtalk ! 3 years ago

    i would seriously you consider you uninstall ps and lightroom from your pc.

  • cgtalk ! 3 years ago

    in my eyes, you turned a potentially decent photo into crap.

  • JaeSwift 3 years ago

    No idea why all the hate on this. I think it's brilliant. Opinions opinions. Keep it up man its great.

  • rey a 3 years ago

    Good work Rob, looking forward to more tutorials… like you said in the beginning you are pressed for time. Don't bother with the negative comments at least I'm learning how to use the software

  • Daniel King 3 years ago

    love the work you did with this. i am an aspiring photographer taking some photography classes. i have always had a good eye for photography, but i know i can always get better.

  • Jason Passah 3 years ago

    Wow this was a grate eye opener., thank you so much

  • Jonas Angermund 3 years ago

    I liked it better before you began, now it looks like someone tortured it with crayons. Sorry 🙂 Nice techniques thou! 🙂

  • Penny Linford 3 years ago

    Thank you for your excellent tutorial! Very clear and concise.

  • SilverPower 3 years ago

    bof, trop poussé dans les effets

  • Knucklerzz 3 years ago

    is this only possible with raw shot photos?

  • Lie Lastino 3 years ago

    this is so amazing! thanks a lot!

  • Thomas Marais 3 years ago

    What tablet are you using

  • Elite Sweden Photography 3 years ago

    Sorry, but that looks really bad.

  • Rob S 3 years ago

    Thanks for the great video, well done and explained,
    Rob @ rttech

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