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The Phorbes Cover Shoot – Post Processing You saw the behind the scenes of our corporate/editorial photo shoot, and Part 1 of the retouching. Now we’ll continue with the retouching to get this image refined even more. Continuing from Part 1, we use...
The Phorbes Cover Shoot – Post Processing You saw the behind the scenes of our corporate/editorial photo shoot, now we take one of the images into Photoshop to start the retouching. The retouching is being split into 3 parts, be sure to check back to see...
Split Frequency Retouching Aaron is off on the jungles of Peru right now, so we figured it would be the perfect time to flip the script and do some retouching using an image of him. Jamie Bayer who you met in yesterday’s episode is an awesome professiona...
How best to make your images look their sharpest has always been a key aspect of our craft. One of the quickest ways to make your photos look more “professional” is by making them critically sharp. No matter how amazing your lens a digital image can always...
Removing Distractions Sometimes everything comes together perfectly in a photo and there is no need to remove anything. In my experience this is a rare case. It is always better to move the object in person rather than in Photoshop if at all possible. This ima...
Jungle Fever in Photoshop This is part one of a two part edit that will take this image from straight out of camera to a polished image. Download the sample image here. In this episode we cover: Coloring – You have complete control of what you want your ...
Create Mood, Atmosphere, and Drama in Photoshop Photos straight out of the camera can be boring at times and it can be hard to know what may make them more interesting. Today we are going over some great techniques that can be applied to most images to make th...
Remove Distractions Instantly With Photoshop’s Patch Tool The people at Adobe know their stuff when it comes to making photo-editing software. CS6′s content aware patch tool is able to reconstruct parts of an image amazingly well. By creating a new...
Remove People From The Background Of A Photo In Photoshop Sometimes people get in the way while you’re taking photos. You can’t always shoo them away, but you can take them out in post-production. In today’s episode we show you how to make it...
Using Dodging and Burning While Making Products Look Perfect In Photoshop Andri Geroisa did a great job of photographing this orange and Phlearn will tap into dodging and burning to make product look perfect in Photoshop. We’re not sure if Andri pulle...
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