Do your landscape prints look different from what you see on your screen (too dark / too light / colors off)? If so, I may have the solution for you: BACKGROUND TONALITY MATTERS WHEN EDITING Hope you get a chance to check it out.
BTW - in the blog I also discuss the importance of proper calibration and room lighting (both very essential pieces of the puzzle).
This is the image I use throughout the blog. Check out how it appears to go from bright to dark when I change just the tonality of the background in Photoshop - in essence, it tricks your brain! I also list two books that go into detail as to why this happens (listed near the end of the blog).
El Portal Fire From Sentinel Dome, Yosemite National Park
Canon 5DMKIII, 30mm, f/16, (5) exposures blended in Photoshop using luminosity masks, Singh-Ray LB Thin Polarizer, Lexar Digital Media
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