Blend Multiple Exposures for Landscape Photography
Blend Multiple Exposures for Landscape Photography

Blend Multiple Exposures for Landscape Photography


Professional photographer David Johnston teaches you how to blend multiple exposures using Lightroom and Photoshop.

In this fast landscape photography workflow course, David Johnston covers a multitude of topics that you need to know to successfully blend exposures in Lightroom and in Photoshop. He also drops helpful tips along the way to keep in mind next time you're in the field shooting or editing other photos.

This course will help you to stop guessing with Lightroom and learn how to precisely match light and mood in the field and in post-processing. You will also discover a simple 4-step workflow for landscape photography to merge your multiple exposures in both Lightroom and Photoshop. David will explore how local adjustments in Lightroom can be used to fine-tune specific parts of your landscape photos, and he'll show how to go beyond slow processing and sync your settings in seconds for seamless photo blends. Finally, he'll show you how to blend multiple exposures using layers and masks in Photoshop.

"I am an enthusiast photographer with an interest in landscapes and cityscapes. In my quest to get better I was lucky enough to stumble upon David Johnston’s YouTube photography education channel a couple of years ago. His patient, no-nonsense, step-by-step tutorials have been a big reason why I’ve been able to get better as a photographer. When I saw that he had created a course on blending multiple exposures in landscape photography I knew I had to get it. For those who may not know, knowing how to blending different exposures is one of the most important techniques that you can learn if you want to up your photography game. David’s approach is simple and methodical. In this 40 minute course David starts off with a challenging landscape picture. Using a methodical approach that anyone can follow, he shows you a step-by-step approach to blending exposures from Lightroom through to Photoshop. This short course gets two thumbs up from me. I’ll be using the post-processing techniques I’ve learned in this course to produce better pictures." -Paul L.

Here's what you'll get.

  • Instant access to video files: You'll get a PDF syllabus containing quick links to all of the materials for this course. You can stream the videos for easy access, or download files for offline viewing.
  • The backstory in-field video on how David photographed the waterfall photo he edits during the course.
  • A quick workflow in 40 minutes: in-depth explanations, examples, and workflow in a short time.
  • Compatible with: Photoshop CC, Lightroom Classic CC 2019 or above.

Meet Your Instructor

David Johnston is a landscape photographer living in Tennessee in the United States. He photographs nature and produces content for websites like Outdoor Photography Guide and Visual Wilderness. David is an expert in Luminar and is a Skylum Ambassador for his knowledge of the software and his teaching. David helps people improve their landscape photography through online video.