Bringing Out the Hidden Beauty in Your RAW File
Guest Post from Michael Kormos, a boutique portrait photographer based in NYC and San Diego. Working together with his wife, Michael has a fun and fresh approach to family photography. In this art…
How to Create Double Exposure Effects in Photoshop -- Storyblocks Blog
Want to create a double exposure effect using Photoshop? Here is an easy tutorial to show you how it's done. Create with Storyblocks.
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Whether you don’t have a fast glass in your arsenal or you want to eliminate further distracting elements in your photo, you can achieve this effect in post-processing. Adobe Lightroom comes equipped with three different tools in the Develop Module...
Faded Pixels Photo Border Effect In Photoshop
Learn how to create a faded pixels photo border in Photoshop with the image appearing through randomly-sized and scattered square pixel shapes that gradually fade into a solid colored background.
How To Create a Sin City Style Film Noir Effect in Photoshop
The Sin City movies are modern masterpieces that reimagine the film noir genre from the 40s and 50s. They use black and white imagery with low key lighting to creating striking pictures with high contrast between light and shadow. In today’s tutorial I’ll show you some techniques to transform your static photographs into a Sin […]
6 Tips for Using Lightroom's Graduated Filter
Learn how to use the powerful Graduated Filter Tool in Lightroom. These 6 simple tips will allow you to take FULL advantage of the Graduated Filter Tool when editing your photos.
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35 Useful Photo Retouching Tutorials
Oftentimes, photographers are confronted with the need to enhance or otherwise improve the quality of their images but not all of them have the right skills to bring about the changes that they wan…
Soft Spring Edit Using Lightroom & Photoshop (Tutorial)
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Hidden Gems In Adobe Lightroom: Skin Smoothing
I'm going to be writing a few posts in a series that feature some of the more unique and hidden features of both Adobe Lightroom & Aperture. I call them my 'holy grail' adjustments or my 'hidden gems' because not many professional photographers I know that use Lightroom on a daily basis even consider using these adjustments in their workflow.
How to Change Eye Color in Photoshop - PHLEARN
In this tutorial, learn to change eye colors buy refining your selection to the eye, applying a layer mask, and finally a hue saturation adjustment layer.
Back-Button Focus: Why EVERYONE should use that AF-On autofocus button
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CoffeeShop LightRoom 4 and Up "Eye Pop" Tutorial!
It is really easy to "pop" or enhance eyes in LightRoom 4 (and up). It takes just a few seconds to sharpen and enhance the iris and lashes, whiten the whites of the eye, and even change the eye color. I overdid my samples below to make sure you could see what I was doing in each step, so please don't be scared off by his glassy doll-looking eyes. Sharpen Iris and Lashes: Click to select (or press K) your adjustment brush. In the image above you can see it under the histogram, and over "New"…
5 Little Known Lightroom Tools That Will Make Your Photos Better
Chances are you’re using Lightroom and getting along with it just fine. But, as is the case with nearly any application, there is always some “hidden” or overlooked feature that would certainly be beneficial if only you knew it existed or knew how to use it. So whether you’re a recent Lightroom convert or adoptee just getting acclimated to a new workspace, or a longtime Lightroom user who has simply been content to use the same few tools each time you work, I will show you 5 Lightroom tools…