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Check Out Rammy K’s Lightroom Start-to-Finish Landscape Tutorial

KelbyOne Instructor Ramtin “Rammy” Kazemi has gotten a lot of notoriety for his unique style of post-processing landscapes. He recently did a really great Lightroom tutorial for KelbyOne members on how he processes his Landscape images just using Lightroom alone, and he was kind enough to let me share with you guys here on LightroomKillerTips, too. It’s less than 10 minutes, and you will learn a ton, so let’s start by checking that out (below)

Cool stuff, right?

If you want to learn from Rammy in person…


He’s got just two spots left for his upcoming landscape workshop in January for his Canadian Rockies Winter Workshop. These are small, intimate, all-inclusive workshops — I went to one last year and absolutely loved it. LOVED IT!! Rammy is a blast, you’ll learn a lot, you’ll shoot in some incredible locations. and come back with amazing shots. Here’s the link for more details.

If you want to learn from Rammy online…

we’ve got a number of courses from him on everything from the post-processing (in Lightroom and Photoshop), to shoot out on location. He is awesome and you’ll love learning from him. Here’s the trailer from his latest course:

Here’s a link to his course.

Thanks to Rammy for sharing his shooting and post techniques. Rammy rules!

I’m off to Seattle…

I’m up in Atlanta today teaching my new “Ultimate Photography Crash Course” seminar, but I’m off to Seattle tonight for my seminar there on Wednesday. It’s not too late to join me if you’re out that way. Here’s the link.

Have a great week!

-Scott

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6 comments

  1. Dennis Zito 19 November, 2019 at 08:04 Reply

    Great Tutorial! I was amazed at the use of some of the slider to get a specific effect … never thought to do that! The use of the slit toning in connection with the HSL was excellent! Thanks Rammy!

  2. Lawrence F Daly 18 November, 2019 at 17:45 Reply

    “Notoriety” is one of the most misused words in English language. It means “dishonor” and “bad reputation.” Al Capone got notoriety, Mother Teresa got fame or respect. So unless you really mean “dishonor,” do not use notoriety. Use something else.

    • Scott Kelby 19 November, 2019 at 18:59 Reply

      From the Alpha Online Dictionary: “Notoriety by itself simply means “famous, well-known”; however, it is used most often to refer to that which is known for its bad qualities, such as a notorious criminal.” While it may be “most-often” used that way, that’s not how I used it. Thanks for being one of those people who go online and correct other people’s grammar. People really think it’s cool.

  3. callmebob 18 November, 2019 at 15:53 Reply

    thanks for the edit session – always interesting seeing people push tools in different ways – using the radial flattened out so thinly was a nice treeline/lake mod…

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