Add weather or lens flare effects using the Atmosphere menu.
This menu offers two sections, which can be used independently or together: Weather and Lens Flare.
To begin adding an atmospheric effect, drag the relevant opacity slider. This will now display a drop-down menu from which you can select your effect. To add your own effect, click “Add…” and choose the desired image from your computer.
Resize the atmosphere effect by scrolling with the mouse wheel or using a two-finger scroll on a track-pad.
Position the atmosphere effect by clicking and holding the left mouse button and dragging the mouse pointer.
Click Flip Weather or Flip Overlay to flip the atmosphere effect image horizontally.
The Overlay function allows you to add an image over the top of your working image. This could be used, for example, to add a logo or sticker or to create a double-exposure effect.
Import your overlay image by clicking the “Add…” button and selecting the desired image file from your computer.
Resize the overlay by scrolling with the mouse wheel or using a two-finger scroll on a track-pad.
Position the overlay by clicking and holding the left mouse button and dragging the mouse pointer.
Click Flip Overlay to flip the overlay image horizontally.
Saving the result
To save an image, click the Save button at the top of the control panel. You can then choose the name and file type you would like to save as.
If you want to return to the editing process later and reload your image and continue adjusting the sliders, you will need to save a Session file. In LandscapePro 3 this is a .lp3 file. This saves the original image, all of the area selections, and all of the sliders values. These .lp3 files can only be opened in LandscapePro 3.
Tip: If you are using LandscapePro as a plug-in the save button will be replaced with a Save and Close button. Clicking this will save your edits and return you to Lightroom or Photoshop. Note that Session files cannot be created from within the plug-in.