When you look through your photos, do you sometimes feel like you didn’t quite capture the true colors?
Animals are often one of these photos. Well here is a short tutorial on how to improve these photos, using LandscapePro and takes only minutes to do.
Once you have opened LandscapePro and uploaded your photo, you get asked to label what is in your photo.
After labeling the area, LandscapePro does a pretty good job and selecting the area for you but just need to go use the Pull tool and others on the left hand side to get this how you want, though you can come back and correct this later.
The next step is choosing what to change first, for this I am going to be getting the animal (tiger) first, so click on the animal tab to get the sliders to show.
It’s really easy to adjust the appearance of the animal, its easy and quick, moving the sliders you seeing the change instantly. If you liked it best how it was originally just double click on the slider.
There is also Presets tab at the top where you opened the animal tab, click on this, there is a long list of different presetting you can apply to your picture rather than trying to get your desired outcome using the sliders.
Next I click on the water tab, to change the settings, just a little bit.
After this you can change the picture as a whole, but if you have already edited all the image separately you don’t need to use this.
The Tigers orange fur really stands out now in the finished photograph.
To see just how dramatic the difference is, above is the before and after, side by side. This only took a few minutes to do!
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Check out this tutorial on black and white wildlife photography.