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Photographing a subject on a blank (seamless) backdrop is very common in the studio and will give you a nice clean look. Sometimes you may find yourself wanting to add some interest to the backdrop in Photoshop and this episode is perfect for showing you how i...
How Textures can Enhance Your Images In this tutorial you will learn a simple technique for adding textures to your images. We are using multiple textures combined together to create the final effect. Click here to download 6 Sample Textures How we use the Tex...
Learning Perspective A photo is a two dimensional representation of a three dimensional world. That is one of the things that makes compositing images together difficult, you have to calculate for interpreted perspective. If you intend to move things around in...
Using the High Pass Filter to Dodge and Burn. The concept of dodging and burning is relatively simple. Make one part of the image lighter and one part of the image darker. You can choose to make highlights lighter or darker and vice versa with shadows. A High ...
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 ...
Jul 29 Color, Photoshop
How to Remove Color Cast in Photoshop A color cast on your photos can show up in a number of ways. Sometimes your white balance will be off when you took the photo. In that case it is better to use the white balance slider in your RAW processor. RAW processors...
The Brush Tool Gets Better Photoshop has an impressive arsenal of tools when it comes to creating and refining masks. But there’s one little tool that’s so powerful, so almost-magical in its application that you’ll wonder why you never knew a...
Color Toning in Photoshop With The¬†Wonders of Color Blurs After adding adjustment layers to our photographer to pump up the blues and yellows, we can further intensify this image by adding color blurs. While they don’t look like anything special individ...
Here is How To¬†Apply Wallpaper to Walls in Photoshop We will get started finding the wall paper, applying the wall paper, and then show a finished image. Where Oh Where to Find Wallpaper Since we’re applying this wallpaper in photoshop, there’s no...
Color, Light, Perspective These are the three major variables that go into creating a composite. To create a believable end result, the color, light, and perspective has to match as much as possible between the images you’re compositing. In this image by...
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