How to Use Layers in Photoshop for Landscape Photography

Okay, it's Photoshop time.

I TRULY BELIEVE that every effective landscape photography edit is based on your knowledge and use of layers in Photoshop.

Layers are key when you're learning the foundations of Photoshop. Not only are they used in almost every edit, but everything stems off of your use of layers. 

Another huge benefit of knowing how to use layers in Photoshop for landscape photography is that they keep your original photo file in tact. You can make edits without ruining the original photo. 

Before you tackle the art of using layers in Photoshop for landscape photography, you have to understand what they are and how they work. 

In this video, I'll give you the best explanation of layers in Photoshop that I've ever heard, I'll show you how to use layers in Photoshop for landscape photography, and I'll even show you my favorite two ways of using layers in Photoshop.

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