Easy Exposure Blending in Photoshop

OK, you've just opened Photoshop to try your first landscape photography exposure blending, and you start to freak out!

So many options for how to do something in one software!

How do you know which one is right?!

Deep breaths, my friend. Photoshop isn't as difficult as it looks.

In fact, once you learn a technique and practice it a couple times, it's pretty easy!

In this video, I want to show you how to blend two exposures together in Photoshop. 

These photos are usually exposures of a foreground and a sky (which is what I've done in this video.)

Follow along as I go through the steps of creating one photo from two exposures!

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