What if you could create cleaner, more precise selections and masks so you can accurately edit separate parts of a photo (like shadows and highlights) selectively, without affecting other parts?
And without having to become an expert at the advanced lengthy techniques this usually requires?
And just how useful would it be for you if Luminosity Masking was faster and easier to learn and use allowing you to reap the full benefits of the technique without having to go through all the tedious manual processes that are confusing and easy to forget if you don't use them all the time?
Here's the good news...
I'm about to share with you how you can create the best, professional looking, striking and attractive landscape photos in Photoshop without spending longer than you want on the lengthy and tedious advanced techniques this would normally require.
Imagine never having to worry again about spending HOURS processing your images only to find out you're not happy with the result...
You probably feel like you’ve tried it all, when it comes to developing a fast and efficient workflow and for one reason or another, you’re just not producing the best looking landscapes you know you’re capable of.
You’ve likely been disappointed that no matter how much you try to figure out the advanced techniques you know are important, it always seems to be too complicated.
I can sympathise. I used to feel the same.
In fact, the first time I started using photoshop to process my own photos, I failed miserably and couldn’t seem to piece together any of the random tips and techniques I was learning into something that actually helped me.
Despite what some people think, I haven’t always been able to create great images.
I wasn't born a naturally creative person either
After investing in my first camera and using it for a while, I couldn’t understand why everyone else’s photos seemed to have so much vibrance and flair and mine just fell flat.
Despite knowing what I know now, I can understand how frustrating it might be to produce photos that just don’t live up to the beauty of the scene you witnessed when you clicked the shutter.
Lots of trial and error
Luckily for me, through a lot of trial and error over the years, I’ve developed a set of techniques and strategies that will bring even the most dull, flat and boring RAW files to life.
This is the system I’ve used to create consistently eye-catching photos while retaining complete and predictable control over how they turn out.
And now this is the system that I’ve condensed into a process that makes it infinitely easier to use for even the most beginner level photoshop users.
If you’re reading this, it’s likely because you’ve been at this a while and you’re determined to finally get the best out of your images.
But like many hobbyist photographers out there, you've been previously conditioned to believe that you have to be some kind of computer whiz-kid to be able to use the advanced Photoshop techniques the pro's use nowadays.
Or you’ve been made to feel like you’re getting into the game too late to learn these newfangled processes that seem too complicated.
However, this couldn’t be further from the truth...
Sure, it’s great for the top photographers out there already getting the results you want to be getting and who keep a tight grip on their secrets because they want you to give up before you try, before you realise how easy it can be.
However this belief absolutely crushing for someone like you who is actually trying to reach their true potential as a photographer.
I know this as a fact, because I've been teaching photographers like you exactly how to do it since 2013.
It all starts with a simple set of strategies, tips and tactics that ultimately gives you the ability to churn out massively improved photos, fast.
It's what I've done for myself, for my students, and it's what I can do for you too.
It all starts with the three strategies I'm about to share with you here.
Strategies that will improve your entire Photoshop workflow and have you knocking out portfolio quality images faster than you ever thought possible...
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