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LandscapePro 2 Mountains Holiday Tutorial

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Do your holiday snaps leave something to be desired? With LandscapePro you can bring out the best in your photos in just minutes. Check out the tutorial below.Untitled-2Open your image up in LandscapePro, and label your image.Untitled-1To start click on the Sky tab and pick your sky replacement, this Sky is called Clear Noon. Untitled-9Under the Lighting Brushes tab, chose 3D and Lighten and select an area or two that you want lightened a bit.Untitled-5For the Whole Picture tab chose the Contrast Preset with the slider at about 50%.Untitled-6 Under the Water tab chose Improver and more the slider down to about 25%.Untitled-7For the Grass tab chose Improver with the slider about half way.Untitled-8Under the Building tab chose Contrast Preset about about 1/3 on the Slider.shutterstock_782355430

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The Perfect Winter Landscape in Seconds with Smart Photo Editor

before and afterTrying to get the perfect winter snow landscape can be tricky but check out the tutorial below to see how to improve your landscape. (Click on image to see bigger).Untitled-1 Open your photo up in Smart Photo Editor.Untitled-2 Click on the Effects Gallery button on the top right and click the effect called Darken, you can search for this in the search bar is it isn’t visible.

Reduce the Master Slider nearly all the way down and click OK when you are happy.Untitled-3Click on the Effects Gallery button and find the effect Pop, once again reduce the Master Slider down, this time so it is hardly on but you can see the difference. You can leave your Landscape here or  look at the next step below.image 4Click on the Effects Gallery button and chose the effect Darken and Improve.

Now you just have to save your photo and the session so you can come back to it later if needed.

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How to Improve Your Landscape Photographs

So you have taken your photos and are now back home looking through them. They are good but not exactly how you pictured them, slightly dull in color. This simple tutorial takes your photographs to that next stage in minutes using LandscapePro.

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After loading your image into LandscapePro, label everything in the picture and click continue.

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LandscapePro does a pretty good job and selecting the area for you but you will need to adjust the selection a little, simply click on a label and drag covering everything that is said object. Do this for each label.

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Once you have finished click on ‘Continue’.

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Now if you have a horizon in your picture you can match this up to it, then click ‘Continue’.

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There are now a row of tabs, the first is Global Presets tab, there are many choices, I chose ‘Improver’ for my photo.

Next I work way down one at a time, some I turned off as they didn’t need changing as I had already applied a preset to the whole image.

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Work your way through each section, one at a time. There are preset options or if you prefer you can click the sliders option and adjust everything yourself, or pick a preset and edit it if its not quite right for your photo.

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The photograph still looks recognizable, but vastly improved with the few changes made, that took a matter of minutes.

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