The Photoshop Curves tool is one of the most powerful commands you have in the digital darkroom. But it can be intimidating to some. Here are 6 Photoshop Curves techniques every photographer should incorporate into their workflow.
There’s nothing quite like playing with your food, especially where Photoshop is concerned! As long as you have creativity, the sky’s the limit… Actually, it’s not! We decided to go further and took our image idea into outer-space to create our very own planetary system from a few scoops of ice cream. We created our [...]
Want to speed up your digital workflow? Learning the simple art of batch processing and how to edit multiple photos in Adobe Camera Raw will save you time when fine tuning your raw files. Here’s how it’s done.
You may be surprised at how easy it is to create a realistic look of something that is on fire in Photoshop. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make this exciting effect in just a few easy-to-follow steps.
The Photoshop Unsharp Mask filter gets its name from a traditional darkroom process used to sharpen an image. The Unsharp Mask filter in Photoshop works by increasing the contrast around the edges in an image, which makes them look crisper and sharper.
Photographing small subjects often requires cropping photos later on the computer. Our latest Photoshop tutorial shows you how to expand your smaller subjects and enlarge subjects the safe way – at printable sizes – in any version of Photoshop CS or Elements.
You know the saying about not putting the cart before the horse? Rather than deliberately making a range of Photoshop presets, a more organic approach is probably best. The more presets you have, the more time goes into trying out different Photoshop effects one after another. Below we’ll show you a simple way of doing this.
We think the Bauhaus art movement, with its easily replicated style, looks fantastic when applied to a festive design.
In our latest tutorial on how to use specific Photoshop tools we show you a luminosity masking technique that enables you to create the perfect HDR image from raw format files by blending two exposures according to lightness, not just area. This is a variation on the traditional HDR photography technique, but because we want to darken highlights and lighten shadows throughout the image rather than in selected areas, we’ll blend the images in a different way.
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