How To Make Your Wildlife Photos Look & Feel Three- Dimensional•
Posted on March 20 2019
How to Make Your Wildlife Photos Look & Feel Three- Dimensional
Thomas from Alotech
Wildlife Photographer | Guide | Podcast Host for the PhotoCast | Founder of Alotech
Gone are the days of your photos looking two-dimensional!
This week, I recorded a video walking you through how to quickly use a technique called dodging & burning in Photoshop to make your photos look & feel three- dimensional!
This is a really simple technique to learn, and it will help you enhance and differentiate your photos.
This week's video walks you through my favorite principle: Highlights illuminate and shadows define.
In a matter of minutes we enhance our shadows and highlights in order to make the Gentoo Penguin's body features pop!
Free Post Processing PDF Guide for Wildlife Photos Using Lightroom & Photoshop
Want to learn free post process techniques that most wildlife photographers don't know?
Let's be frank, when is the last time you learned a new useful post-processing technique that you can use to not only differentiate your photos but save you time as well? How many of us get stuck using the same editing workflow over without learning any new skills?
Well not anymore! My name is Thomas, and I'm the guy behind writing this step-by-step easy to follow guide. I have used these techniques for photos I have taken on assignment that are published around the world... and today I want to give you my FREE guide (PDF download), so you can bypass all the learning and go straight to the proven formula that will not only improve your photos but will save you time as well
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