When you open LandscapePro, you will get the Home screen.
To begin working on a Landscape image, click on the Open Image button. This will let you browse to the image you want to work on. Alternatively, drag an image onto LandscapePro or use the Open With… command from your computer’s file browser.
First, drag the labels from the sidebar on to different parts of the image, For example drag the Sky label to any sky you see in the image.
After pressing Continue, areas of the image will be automatically selected and you can fix them using the Selection Editing Tools .
After pressing Continue again you can optionally adjust the Horizon.
Finally, you will be able to edit the image. Adding labels is optional, and you still get a smaller list of tools for image editing with no labels added.
Enhancing the image
At the top of the controls panel there are buttons for returning to the Home screen, Save, Undo, Redo, and Show Original.
Underneath these you will have the controls for working on the image in the Side Panel down the left hand side.
The controls are:
Add & Edit Areas – if you need to return and change a selected area.
Global Presets – presets that affect all of the other sections. For example a Global Preset could change the sky, the lighting and the ground. Global Presets have no sliders of their own as they are just presets to change the rest of the sections.
Whole Picture – for making overall picture adjustments such as exposure or contrast.
Style or B&W, Bokeh, Vignette – for adding Vignettes, making images, Black and White or Sepia, and adjusting Depth of Field.
Depth – For adjusting colors depending on their distance from the camera. For instance you can choose to brighten objects in the mid distance while darkening nearby and far away objects to draw the viewer’s attention.
Any labels you applied to your image will appear with their own set of Sliders and Presets below. e.g.Water, Mountain, Building, Ground, Grass, Plant, Tree, Object, Person, Animal, Rock, Metal, Sand. Areas labeled Sky have a different set of controls.
Unlabeled – for making adjustments to any areas that remain unlabeled, i.e. areas that are not colored in the Add & Edit Areas section.
Lighting – for making a range of adjustments to the lighting of the whole image.
Fixes – Sliders to remove noise (speckling) and to straighten the horizon and fix lines that should be vertical.