Create Your Own Custom Landscapes in Photoshop

Comments (14)
  1. mann says:

    thanks for the good tutorial.
    and i have a question for several step.

    ‘…and with a soft brush and color white paint’
    -> in this step, How much value for ‘Opacity’ to brush?
    because, i can’t make it like ‘Step.20’.

  2. hamid says:

    thank you so much !!!!!!

  3. Oswald Muslie says:

    A simple to follow and interesting tutorial, I knew a lot of it already, but it was insightful to use adjustment layers to change layer properties, normally I’d of just adjusted the layer itself. Thanks for helping me to think about design in a different way.

  4. shohan says:

    this is nice post. and for learning.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Super Gracias por compartirlo

  6. Gabriela says:

    This is a wonderful tutorial, thank you so much. There are a couple things that could be improved:

    1) Step 18 is a little confusing: why do we need to add a mask to the Hue/Saturation 1 adjustment layer if we are clipping it to Landscape 1? I feel that we are masking the effects of the adjustment layer and allowing to be seen the effects on just the top part, which in that layer is blank.

    Also, you forgot to mention the Curves adjustment layer for the Mountains layer (though that is easy to figure out).

    2) The tutorial goes from step 20 to step 31.

    3) The “About” section at the bottom could be changed too ;)

    Thank you again for this tutorial! First one I actually enjoyed doing :)

    1. Photoshop Tutorials Editor says:

      Good catch! Thanks for the tip Gabriela :)

  7. bananananananana says:

    Holy HDR Batman!

  8. Hilda says:

    Way too contrasty results but still educational

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