Photoshop is definitely the favorite photographer’s tool for post-processing. Even being an amateur photographer you can create a stunning image using Photoshop. If you’re searching for cool Photoshop tutorials to follow, this list was made for you.
Today we bring you a great tutorial on Night Sky Timelapse Photography by Dustin Farrell. Dustin is primarily a cinematographer but his passion is landscape photography. He has been shooting landscapes timelapses for about 4 years. He saw it as an outlet to create something of his own as many of his assignments were someone else’s vision.
Great landscape photography can be a real challenge to achieve. By knowing the elements of what it takes to produce a great landscape shot, you will be well on your way to creating your own masterpieces.
It’s that time of year again. Summer heat, backyard grilling, friends, family and of course FIREWORKS! Everybody loves a good fireworks display from the big city celebration to the backyard 4th of July cookout. Have you ever wanted to take photos of those wonderful displays in the sky? This article should not only inspire you but also inform you on how to achieve great fireworks display photography. Have Fun!
We’ve all done it before. After downloading your shots of the day to your computer, you come across a badly exposed image and your first impulse is to send that file to the trash can. But what if it’s a shot you really wanted? Is there a chance you can save it? Using some of the common tools found in Adobe Lightroom, there’s a good possibility that you can.
In the video below you will find an easy to follow, step by step guide on shooting long exposure photography.
In this article, we will talk about color correcting for the skin tone. The Lightroom Develop Module has a set of adjustment tools that can help you get flattering skin tones for your subjects. We will cover the global adjustments in this tutorial.
When viewing your image in post process, you may notice that some areas are perfectly exposed while others fall outside their ideal exposure. Since we can not expose every part of a photo perfectly, we have the Photoshop Dodge and Burn tools at our disposal which help us selectively correct the exposure in the form of a brush tool.
To shoot unnoticed, I frequently hold my camera casually, at waist level, and shoot using my intuition and guesswork. Knowing where to aim, but not seeing through my viewfinder or LCD, gives me uneven results and I have to make some corrections for the photo to look good. Here are two simple tricks – Ruler and Crop:
In Photoshop, if you know what you’re doing (which I don’t) there is the potential for all kinds of manipulation tempting even as straight a photographer as I thought I was, over to The Dark Side.
Have you been dubbed the “Photoshop Whiz” in your family and have been put in the hot seat to make Aunt Matilda look youthful and vibrant? Or perhaps you are browsing through the shots you’ve recently taken of a client and now realize that the lighting was a bit too harsh. Worry not, because this tutorial will have your photos looking smooth, clear, and give you airbrushed skin that still looks “au naturel.”