Landscape Photography Photoshop Tutorial: Setting your black and white point

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www.rubbingpixels.com – With over 17 hours of high quality video tutorials on editing and capturing landscape images. About this tutorial Simple but very effective on the right shot. We show you how to find the black and white point in your landscape images and then using the curve or levels adjustment layer you can set the white and black point in that image. The result is quite impressive. Watch this tutorial in high resolution and to see a full range of our tutorials at www.rubbingpixels.com along with additional free masterclasses that run longer than YouTube will allow. This tutorial has been made by Australian Landscape Photographer Matt Lauder http

Comments

Peter B says:

Fantastic tip matt. Thanks for sharing.

عبدالله محمد الغامدي says:

The result is very close to using Auto in Curves

mercuriallimit says:

thank you very much!!!!

startphotography says:

Photography is all about lighting. Nicely done.

Jason O says:

I used to do this quite a bit and realized I usually ended up clipping some highlights and shadows. On top of that it usually brought on colour casts. I think you ended up going too far with both examples. I just dont think that your second shot (of a sky and clouds) has a black point found in the image. Basically you are telling us that there is an area of that sky that is emitting/reflecting no light whatsoever to the cameras sensor. Im not trying to come across as an a**hole, just my 2 cents

MrCJ1988 says:

i forgot to say wickedly awesome tips man and it’s fairly seldom to find good landscaping editing tips, thanks a lot

MrCJ1988 says:

I’ve never heard Aussie on Youtube making photoshop tutorials, I am not offending you or anything I am just saying it’s good to finally see some of us doing good deeds :p lol ROCK ON mate.
CJ from Perth

LynGi says:

*LOVE* this tip! Thanks so much!

Sallybunckle says:

This is fantastic !! Ive not seen anything like this. A fresh way of looking at things. Im a newbie so will add to my favorites so I can practic this technique.

Thanks and looking forward to future video,s.

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