AMERICAN MOUNTAIN VIEW

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AMERICAN MOUNTAIN VIEW

In todays post i will be showing a before/after to be able to see what the difference between these 2 pictures is after i processed it.

Here is the before/after image:

America_Unprocessed

America_processed

This image is a merged image from 2 pictures combined, through the use of luminosity masks the blending and some additional processing was done.

I took this picture in 2011 when i was on a road trip with my dad traveling through the United States of America. Back then i did not have much knowledge on taking photos or post processing accept getting a sharp picture and to shoot in RAW. Finally i can process my pictures into something beautiful that reminds me of how it was the day that i was there with my dad.

Here is a little sneak peak behind the scenes of my layer panel in photoshop CC.

screenshot_american_mountain_view

Really cool to see how many information is available and can be pulled out of a RAW file.

I used Lightroom 5 for just the basic adjustments, removing Chromatic Aberration and Lens correction. I then imported the 2 images into Photoshop CC as layers and used the Auto-align function. From then on the Luminosity masks were used to create the final image.

You can now download this image for free as a background for your computer or any other device down below, and feel free to share it with your friends.

Thanks for dropping by and if you want, you can drop a comment down below to let me know what you think of it.

Technical info:

  • 2 images
  • @ 19mm (12mm on crop sensor)
  • f/13
  • iso 100
  • exposure @ 1/250 sec

Programs used:

  • Photoshop CC
  • Lightroom 5
By |2017-08-13T20:02:21+02:00March 10th, 2015|Blog, HDR, Nature, Travel, USA|0 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Boudewijn Drenkelford, born in 1985 in the Netherlands. I'm a father, boyfriend, brother and friend who likes to go out into the nature with my camera.

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