How to Turn an Ordinary Landscape into a Dramatic Moonscape

Comments (15)
  1. David says:

    Gracias… muy bueno el tutorial,resultado muy bueno.

  2. ItsMe says:

    Sorry but original image was more effective. But I liked the technique. Its useful in many ways!

  3. Erik says:

    Thank you!

  4. Someone says:

    It was fun creating it!

  5. emmanuel says:

    please i need more of your tutorial to be sent to my email please am need of it i beg you in the name of god

  6. Rich says:

    Very good! The technique is applicable to many arraignments I have and will be very useful! I believe this to be an art onto itself. For some very, very, strange reason, there are people, (like my sister-in-law), who believe this is “cheating”. I reply with “Cheating what?!”

    I am always left dumbfounded as to what people are thinking when they say something like that. I have asked them if they would own/hang the art if the place in question did exist and was photographed in one shutter release?

    They actually say they would!! So what part of “art” don’t they understand? Lol It’s very frustrating to argue such an obvious point but trust me when I say that there are people out there that are very confused when it comes to this kind of work.
    Thanks for the tip!

  7. lolwitphoto says:

    sorry if I appear stupid, do I download the images ,.. ? anyone ! please, thanks

    1. Anonymous says:

      right click on and save image as

  8. Fero says:

    Pekná práca Jarka. Dakujem za tento tutorial a inspiraciu.

  9. Jamieson says:

    Kind of dull tbh

  10. jaaziel says:

    what image size are you using?

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