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Inverting Your Photo in Photoshop for Natural Color Correction

Color correcting accurately in Photoshop.

There are plenty of ways you can color correct an image, but here’s a technique you might not have learned before. this technique from In this 6-minute tut

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Using Focus Stacking on Landscapes for Extreme Depth of Field

Stacking for focus.

Focus stacking is a technique typically used in macro shots to achieve a large depth of field. It’s a relatively simple concept: take many images focused a

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How to Do a Realistic Sky Swap in a Photo Using Photoshop

Swapping skies in photoshop.

In this 9-minute video tutorial from Serge Ramelli, learn how to easily swap out an unattractive white sky from a photo for a more dramatic one using Photo

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How to Create an Orton Effect Using Photoshop

The Orton Effect. What is it and how do I create it?

In this step by step Photoshop tutorial, you will learn how to create a unique painterly look for your image call the Orton Effect.

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3 Lightroom Tweaks to Get Your Landscape Photographs to Sing

Three quick tips for post-production in Lightroom.Photographers! Let’s talk a little about this! 3 Lightroom Tweaks to Get Your Landscape Photographs to Sing

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How to match the colors between different photos in Photoshop – DIY Photography

Color matching 101 in Photoshop.

What I’m going to do is I’m going to show you how to match the colors between backgrounds and objects once you’ve cut them out and combined the different photos or otherwise known as compositing. So what I’ve done here is I’ve grabbed some photographs from Adobe Stock. So I grabbed the photograph here of […]

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Quick Tip: How to ‘Open’ a Lazy Eye in Photoshop

Having issues with your model having a lazy eye or closing when the flash fires? It may take Photoshop to fix.

They say the devil (or is it God?) is in the details, and this quick Photoshop tip from portrait photographer Bill Larkin is all about making sure you nail

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This 3 step raw colour correction tip will fix your white balance woes – DIY Photography

Correcting for white balance.

Even if you plan to alter or grade your footage afterwards, having an accurate and consistent starting point makes your life much easier. Getting perfect white balance without a grey card, Expodisc, ColorChecker or fancy colour meter can be tricky, though. But it’s not impossible. This video from Blake Rudis at f64 Academy walks us through […]

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Automatically Matching Exposure Across Multiple Images – Lightroom Killer Tips

This is truly a killer Lightroom tip.

It’s Tuesday, and we have another awesome tip from Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde, and this one is a tip I showed this past week in my tips & tricks session on the Lightroom Track — how to automatically match exposure across multiple images. It’s less than 60-seconds (as always), and it’s a really handy tip: …

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The three levels of sharpening you should be applying in Photoshop – Detail, Global & Local – DIY Photography

What type of sharpening do you use?[I thought that seeing as I have a Post-Producition Workshop fast approaching, I needed a blatant excuse to promote it via an article on my site 😀 Well here it is, a look at some of the sharpening techniques I use in Photoshop to give my images a little visual-pop before I publish them.] What […]

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