How to Create STUNNING Sunset Photos – Adobe Lightroom 6 cc Landscape Photography Editing Tutorial

by Staff June 11, 2016 at 4:11 am

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  1. This video tutorial was very good for me. However, I didn't catch how the radial filter settings were duplicated to be used again. Any help on this would be appreciated.

  2. Thanks for the great video 🙂
    Only thing i didn't like was that radial filter on left side of grass. Other than that, great job ✌

  3. Nice video,i think it s already a brilliant image when you hit the effects section before the camera profile section. After that it s just way too much color manipulations. wayyyy too much that makes this image unreal. There is no place on this earth that looks like what you have in the photo.

  4. At first I thought "Mh, 44 minutes long…that's a bit too much for me". 44 minutes later and I'm still hooked, ready to open up another! Thanks for the great work :)

  5. Y dale con mostrar a través de la fotografia algo que nunca existió en el momento del click. Parece que hacer una fotografia es como hacer una jugada de ajedrez Solo fotografia, no inventos del autor.

  6. I learned so much by watching this video. Thanks for taking the time to put it together. Not only did you do a great job of explaining your process you are also showing lots of useful tips and tricks to Lightroom. As a relatively new LR user this really helped me a lot.

  7. Wow, I just released that this video is on the frontpage of Petapixel as well as on the frontpage of the photography subreddit, I really appreciate to whoever shared and upvoted this, the video has been blowing up like crazy in the past 2 days, I appreciate it a ton everyone!

    By the way, I do think the finished picture is ''a little bit'' over the top, I mainly focused on showing and explaining all of the tools and techniques that I know rather than going for the perfect picture at the end, there were definitely a lot more detailed adjustments to be done. Also keep in mind that you don't have to go as far as I have gone, you can go halfway or even just a quarter as far and I would suggest you to just use the adjustments and techniques that fit in your editing style and picture.

    Again, thanks a lot everyone!

  8. I'm also doing exactly the same steps with the same ideas in my mind when editing – it was funny and interesting to see that others are doing the same!
    The only thing I prefer doing in Ps are the corrections you were doing at the end – I prefer using masks, but interesting to see the power of Lr and that you could do it if you want to.

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