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A gobo can be anything, as long as it’s placed in between a light source and your subject. This casts unique looking Shadows on your subject.

 

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.

 

These minuscule, and red squiggly lines are usually very unnoticeable, but when there is an involvement of a macro shot such as this one by Fernando Braga, they can become a Distraction of interfering with your great eyeball shot.

 

Yesterday we took you behind the scenes and showed you the lighting that went into this image. Today we’re going to clean it up in Photoshop and make the Colors really pop.

 

Join us behind the scenes of our Portrait Photoshoot. We wanted it to seem natural and embody the subjects life.

 

We’re going to go over a quick and easy technique as well as a harder technique that has a more refined result.

 

Photographing a sunset can be really tricky, but we have some wonderful tips for you.

 

How to add patterns to images in Photoshop giving them dimension and perspective.

 

Here is some great Insight on creating beams of light in Photoshop. Check it out.

 

After adding Adjustment Layers to our photographer to pump up the blues and yellows, we can further intensify this image by adding Color Blurs.

 

Lens Flares can be a great way of adding pizzazz to an image, but only when used correctly. Bare Bulb + Shot Into Camera = Lens Flare Goodness

 

For extreme speed-editing Exposure we’re editing this image by Aleksandar Jaredic, and we only have five minutes to do so!

 

For the this extreme wide Angle tutorial we will discuss using an ND Filter, Lighting Diagrams that work, and provide you all with the finished image.

 

Learn how to create a shallow depth of field effect in Photoshop.

 

Today we are going to show you how to combine multiple images for exposure, removing elements, and cleaning up your images.

 

The key for this photoshoot was to match two different Lights consisting of our strobe matching to the light already underneath the bridge.

 

Behind the scenes of our Dark & Dramatic Photoshoot. We use a soft-box outdoors to try and cancel out some of the shadows.

 

Do you need the highest end photography gear? Aaron breaks down when high end gear does and doesn’t matter.

 

Here is How To Apply Wallpaper to Walls in Photoshop.

 

Learn how to use the Brush Tool to apply makeup in Photoshop. We create a custom brush to achieve the exact look we need.

 

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.

 

Although it is sometimes frowned upon, the combining of multiple Exposures can really take your photos to the next Level when used in good taste.

 

Even great photos can usually be improved in Photoshop. There are some things that simply can’t be controlled during a photoshoot that end up being distractions in the final image. Let’s take a look at correcting them.

 

A student on a Death Valley photography workshop I recently taught groused, “My problem is that when I take a picture of a sand dune, it looks like a sand dune. It doesn’t look like art.”

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