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Just a heads up, as we continue to try to improve our experience here, I want to let you know about a small change to our Guidelines

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2. Each post needs a relevant title or description, but not necessarily your processing steps. We still would  love for you to share how or why you did things but it is enough for now to let us know it's Digital Art or a Digital Manipulation in Photoshop or Lightroom,  will be fine while we try this out.  Especially if it's not obvious.

3. Be sure you are posting to the right category,  it saves us time when moderating and avoids image deletion.
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Viktor Elizarov

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The Death Valley’s Dantes View (California)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/the-death-valleys-dantes-view-california/

The Dantes View was the first stop in the Death Valley National Park during my drive from Las Vegas to the Eastern Sierra (California).

It takes 20km of an uphill ride to get from the elevation blow sea level at the valley all the way to 1700m (5,476 ft). When I entered the national park it was pretty hot and dry, what you normally expect from the desert. And when I stepped out of the car at the Dantes View I did not expect to face a chilly breeze. I dad to dive into the trunk of the car to fish out some warm clothes.

Even in the middle of the day with the harsh afternoon light and empty sky the view was simply spectacular. The colors, the textures, and the shapes were unforgettable.

SHOOTING & PROCESSING

The challenge with the shooting was the vastness of the scene. From the moment I saw it I knew that I would have to do some kind of panoramic composition.

I took only two shots because I did not want to go beyond 16×9 aspect ration for the composition.

It was the perfect opportunity to test a brand new Boundary Warp feature in Panorama Merge module.

After, I used Rapid Editing fro Landscapes. I described the process in tutorial Lightroom Rapid Editing System for Landscapes.

I applied Lightroom preset Natural from my Landscape Collection and after I used TOOLKIT to increase brightness(exposure), to boost colors and contrast.

The Lightroom Preset Editing Formula: Natural (2, 8, 12, 17, 22)

The last step in Lightroom was to clean up the sky using the Spot Removal tool.

In Photoshop, I used the Stamp Tool to clean up the image by removing the distractions in the foreground. 
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Carl Green

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Painting by numbers.
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Mark Evans

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The#Gherkin in central #London.

An alternate viewpoint of an incredibly well known, and well photographed, building in London. The sky was doing nothing exciting this morning at 7am, so I thought I'd look at specific details within the buildings I was walking around!

Taken on a #FujifilmXT1 and #Samyang12mm lens. Edited wholly in #Lightroom.
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The#Gherkin in central #London.

An alternate viewpoint of an incredibly well known, and well photographed, building in London. The sky was doing nothing exciting this morning at 7am, so I thought I'd look at specific details within the buildings I was walking around!

Taken on a #FujifilmXT1 and #Samyang12mm lens. Edited wholly in #Lightroom.
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Viktor Elizarov

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Vermilion Cliffs National Monument (Arizona)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/vermilion-cliffs-national-monument-arizona/

This was the end of the very eventful day during my trip to Arizona and Utah.

Earlier that day I woke up in Grand Canyon Village and, after a short stroke along the rim of the Grand Canyon, I drove north towards Page and Lake Powell. Due to the landslide, route 89 was closed and I had to change my itinerary and take an alternate, unplanned route towards the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and North Rim of the Grand Canyon. 
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LightroomTV

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This new tutorial shows you how to use the Merge to Panorama function in Adobe Camera Raw and the new Boundary Warp feature to create amazing panoramic images without sacrificing all those edge pixels!
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Alan Nicol

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Gravity Waves.

They have been in the News recently

Polar Coordinates and Twirl etc on a beach pano with the iPhone
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Viktor Elizarov

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Sunrise at Little Sur River Beach (California)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/sunrise-at-little-sur-river-beach-california/

This is one of the most scenic spots along the California State Route 1 in the vicinity of Big Sur, not far from Monterey.

But at the same time it can be challenging to come up with the interesting composition shooting Little Sure River Beach. First, this is a private property and it is not accessible to the public. Second, there are only a few spots along the road where you can stop and park your car.

After second or third trip to the Big Sur, I realized that most of my photos taken from around this place looked very similar. This is when I decided to try to come up with something different when visiting Big Sur in the future.

SHOOTING

Normally, I visit a northern stretch of California Route 1 in the sunset hours just before the sun is about to submerge in the ocean illuminating the mountains with the soft, golden light.

This time I arrived at BigSur around sunrise and of course everything looked different.

I took 3 bracketed shots (-1, 0, +1) on a tripod.

PROCESSING

Once again, I used Lightroom HDR processing workflow. First, I used new Lightroom 6 HDR Merge tool. In Lightroom, I selected 3 bracketed photos and sent them to Photo Merge HDR.

Lightroom merged 3 bracketed photos and created new HDR image (DNG).

For the processing, I used a Lightroom preset based workflow, using Point Lobos present from my Landscapes Collection 
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Gavin Hardcastle

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'Stone Washed Jeans' - Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye

This is a three shot vertical pano at 16mm on the Sony A7RII. There are infinite compositional options at the Fairy Pools. I'm hoping to hold a workshop on Skye in October so please join my mailing list at https://www.fototripper.com if you fancy joining me.

Enjoy and please share.
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HOW MAKE 3D POP UP EFFECT IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
https://youtu.be/Oh3zuRRnnpk
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POSTS WITH NO DESCRIPTION WILL BE REMOVED WITHOUT EXPLANATION, ONE POST PER MEMBER PER DAY Welcome! The goal of this community is to share and learn about Photoshop and Lightroom. We're thrilled to have each of you as a member of this community, but we ask that you read and respect our COMMUNITY GUIDELINES in that category above. http://goo.gl/n3k9q Some highlights from those guidelines: We love to see images you've processed in Photoshop or Lightroom, BUT if you post images in be sure it's relevant to Photoshop or Lightroom -include a brief description like Digital Art, Processed in Photoshop/Lightroom and if you like inlude your processing workflow, processing snags you ran into, or processing issues you want help with - Help each other out by sharing techniques and resources and answering each others' questions. If we all play by these rules our growing community will be more valuable to each of us. Thanks for joining! Your moderators: +Jan Kabili, +Ron Clifford, +Ricardo Lagos,, +David Marx, +Eric Reno +David White

Ed Gregory

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Love editing really foggy shots.

https://youtu.be/MkuQiuB2QAo
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Peter Liebig

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Another one of JBA's Cars at the 2nd Sunday Coffee. Again I used LR,PS for and my basic work I then take it into Topaz Clarity, Adjust, Glow, Then take it into OnOne for the matting.
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POLI TORRE

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San Valentín se hace notar entre nosotros
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Tim Martin

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Tippy Toe Sunset – Here’s a beautiful sunset that I barely captured while in Mexico. As the sun started to set, I was frantically trying to find a lookout to see over the trees and bushes that lined the trail I was on. Doing a little “bushwacking” I found... More info: http://presetpro.com/creative-edit-tippy-toe-sunset-tim-martin/ #mexico   #sunset   #lightroom   #presets   #hdrphotography  
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Kris Greenwell

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Headaches

A recent self portrait composite.
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excellent - great details
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Rick Mosher

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A Portraitist

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Happy Valentine's Day! Shot w: Canon 6d, 50 mm Post work: Lightroom to Photoshop. A combo of organic and digital sfx. Couldn't have achieved what I had envisioned without Adobe!! http://aportraitist.com/
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FilterGrade

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Learn the basics of the hue/saturation and vibrance tools in Adobe Photoshop with our latest video tutorial.

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkVIAprmW0k
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Peter Liebig

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Using PS with Topaz Glow and Impression for the effect.
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