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How To Stylize A Portrait Using Layer Blending Modes In Photoshop Sometime you get a great image from a shoot, but it just doesn’t have enough pizzaz straight out of the camera. It may look like the image below was taken with extremely punchy lighting, b...
Create An American Flag From People Covered In Milk Happy Fourth, everybody! Even if you’re not in the United States, we hope you enjoy this episode. Sometimes it’s just fun to do cool stuff in Photoshop. Today we’re taking a photo by Roberto...
Behind The Scenes: Shaping A Scene With Light For this portrait, we wanted something that looked natural while telling a story. We discovered this old piano in a separate room of the theater we were shooting in and thought it would make a great shot. By adding...
The Phlearn Guide To Softboxes These umbrella-like creatures can appear intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of them they’re a breeze to use! Join us as we cover everything there is to know about softboxes. Softboxes, What Are They Good For? ...
Shooting A Musician In A Low Light Environment Before taking any pictures an low lighting environment, we met with Glenn and talked with him about what kind of images he wanted from the shoot. We eventually decided on portraits with a dark, yet natural low lig...
  Tim Tadder is 6 feet 7 inches tall, he has a beard, 4 bicycles, and a brown dog named Bailey. He was born in Baltimore, schooled in Virginia (BS Mathematics, he’s a geek) and Ohio (MA in Visual Communications, also an artist). Tim worked for newsp...
How To Fix Common Sunset Problems In Photoshop Shooting in during sunset or sunrise can pose particular problems regarding color. But, there are two ways to help fix this in camera. One is to make sure your white balance isn’t set to auto – youR...
Last week I took a road trip down the west coast of the USA and it was the best thing I have done for myself this year. Going from Seattle where I had an amazing time at CreativeLIVE down through Portland to Highway101 along the entire coast of California. The...
Creating Beams of Light Here is some great insight on creating beams of light in photoshop. Check it out. Working With Layers The key to getting a beam of light to look realistic is using multiple layers while creating it. A beam of light will be most intense ...
Bare Bulb + Shot Into Camera = Lens Flare Goodness A crucial part of what gives this image mood is the lens flare on the left side. Lens flares can be a great way of adding pizzazz to an image, but only when used correctly. Always try creating them in camera, ...
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