I use exposure blending in Adobe Photoshop CS6 in order to add drama to an image that would otherwise be lackluster due to constraints, such as being out at a poor time of day, rapidly-changing weather, odd angle of the subject, or when using a lens that doesn’t accommodate creative exposure-assisting filters, such as a variable neutral density filter. In this video tutorial, I show how to exposure blend a subject that rises above the horizon during sunrise and sunset.
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