Exposure blending is a critical technique for photographers who shoot high contrast landscapes at sunrise and sunset.
The dynamic range in a brightly lit scene is sometimes impossible for our cameras to capture all in one exposure.
Take the following example:
This scene required 4 exposures (left) to ensure I had enough detail in the shadows and the highlights to create the finished image (right).
If you'd like to see exactly how I achieved this in Photoshop, then that's what you'll learn in Module #1 of my new Landscape Editing Masterclass.
You can pick up your copy of the course here and get started instantly with Module #1.
All levels of PS user are covered, with beginner-level alternative instructions for each of the advanced techniques used.
In total there's over 2 hours of video, and over 50 pages of written instructions (with screenshots) just in this module.
Then at the end of this month, I'm releasing Module #2 which will walk you through the full editing process of another new image.
There'll be 12 modules in total, delivered monthly, all for a low one-time payment.
Right now that's just $47, but it will rise over time as more modules are released until eventually the full price will be reached once all 12 are complete.
So come on board now to lock in your discounted price for a great bargain on what is fast becoming my most comprehensive PS course ever.
Click here now to get your earlybird copy of my Landscape Editing Masterclass.