This Photoshop Contrast editing and post processing tutorial will give you the latest photoshop editing skills to create the best possible contrast in your landscape image. With contrast in your landscape we mean haze between mountain layers, sunlight on the side, special vignetting, great shadow details, bright but well exposed highlights and incredible color saturation.

Yes, the saturation of the colors is also part of the contrast in your landscape image. Max Rive will explain all the latest and most creative Photoshop editing techniques in this 3 hour course. Have a look at the before and after slider to see the improvement you can expect on your own landscape image!

Manual Photo Merge.

…You want to learn how to merge 2 photo’s manually with a very simple photo editing technique. In some cases this can give much better results without distortion.

Light Contrast Effects.

…You want to learn how to add light bleed, soft haze, warm and cool color contrast, light from the side and more to your landscape photo. This are the latest and greatest light effects editing techniques.


…You want to learn the elements which makes a great mountain selfie. Max Rive will explain in depth what to look out for so you can now also come back with an award-winning mountain selfie.

Light bleeding contrast is a very powerful contrast photoshop effect to improve the mood and contrast in your landscape image. Light bleeding contrast is the effect when the contrast between the sun and the landscape becomes so strong that the light bleeds into the darker landscape.

This can happen with your own lens, your eye, and also with the camera lens. During this Landscape contrast editing course, the light bleed will be added from scratch. Watch and learn how Max will add the warm light on the left rock with some very easy to learn steps. 

Product Information

Max Rive – Photoshop Contrast Tutorial (When The Mountain Calls)

  • Price


  • Last Updated

    March 20, 2024

  • File Size

    4.5 GB

  • Compatible With

    Adobe Photoshop

    3h 10m
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