Photographing landscapes is always a popular topic, but it seems to have become even more so over the last year as much of the world has been told to avoid other people and seen events cancelled. And, well, if we can’t point our cameras at other people, what else are we to do if we want to keep shooting and hone our skills?
But landscapes require a number of techniques that we don’t typically see in most other genres of photography. One such technique is that of blending multiple shots together, for various reasons, but often for things like HDR or focus stacking. In this video, Adam Gibbs shows us how we can blend multiple images together in Photoshop.