With Photoshop you can improve your photos in so many unique ways. If you need a simple adjustment, like exposure, you can do that. Or if you want to do something more advanced, like retouching skin and eyes, you can do that too. Pretty versatile, don’t you think? The main issue is that Photoshop can…
In this article by guest author Serge Ramelli learn how to create a fake long exposure look to your waterfall or other images using Photoshop. He walks you through step by step with screenshots or you can also watch the video. Some great tips you can apply to other things too.
This video tutorial takes you through all the sliders in the basic panel in LR’s Develop module. Learn which to use first, last, and how not to overdo it and go too far. Learn tips and tricks to make your images pop.
In these two video tutorials, I use Photoshop to show what layer masking is, what it can do and how to use it. My examples explain how to use masks to blend two photos together, add blur to part of an image, how to apply a photo filter, and how to make part of your photo black and white with selective colouring. Knowing how to use masking in Photoshop is an essential skill to have in your post processing workflow.
Photoshop Blending Modes for layers can be confusing but understanding the value and when to use them can make all the difference in your post processing. In this article which comes with a video tutorial and example images including one for you to try yourself, Darlene simplifies blend modes to help you understand and learn to apply them in your photography.