Photography in motion is magical in that it takes something ordinary and allows it to come alive. Action photography draws the viewer in, as if they were right there in the moment. When looking at an action shot, you should be able to feel the movement, sense the anticipation, or realize what a rare sight […]
Archives for August 2011
Layer masks are a great asset to Photoshop and can open up an entire new world of photo editing – once you know how to use them. If you already understand the concept of layers, you know that layers can be adjusted in transparency – referred to as the opacity level in Photoshop. This makes the top layer invisible to a certain extent and allows the bottom layer to be seen. This is adjusted using a percentage rate – 90% opacity would be barely see-through, while 10% opacity would make the layer virtually invisible.