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Post-Processing

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    Recreating the Lith Printing Look for Black and White Photos400px fin preview image
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    One of the most beautiful print processes in black and white photography is lithographic printing. This tutorial recreates the "Lith" look using Adobe Photoshop.Read More…
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    How to Use Focus Area Selection in Adobe PhotoshopFocusselectpreview
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    Using the new Focus Area selection feature in Adobe Photoshop CC 2014Read More…
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    Meet Lightroom MobilePreview ipad
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    Adobe brings Lightroom to iPad, photographers everywhere rejoice. Thoughts from a frequent Lightroom user on Adobe's latest innovation.Read More…
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    Selling Your Photos With SquarespaceSquarespace preview
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    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to sell prints and digital downloads of your photos through Squarespace.Read More…
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    Adding Drama, Grit and Atmosphere to a Warrior Photo600px dramascene pre
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    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to transform an image of a spear-wielding Spartan by using a variety of Photoshop techniques.Read More…
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    Finding and Fixing Invisible BlemishesBen lucas album pre
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    Sometimes when you are editing, you can't see all the imperfections in an image. That doesn't mean they aren't there, nor does it mean it's not worth taking time to fix them. If you are doing an image that requires perfection, like something destined to be printed large or displayed on a high resolution screen, here is a great technique for finding blemishes you may have missed. This tutorial will show you how to use a curves adjustment layer to double check your work.Read More…
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    Restoring Old Photos Using Channels in PhotoshopRepairchannels pre
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    Some recent unfortunately events have led to me inheriting many old family photos, some dating back to before World War II. Many of these photos are damaged, and I'm slowly digitizing them and restoring them when possible. In this video, I'll be using channels to get donor information to repair a light damage on an image. I'll then continue the repair by adding in some color where it's needed.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: Applying Actions With the Image ProcessorPsbr2x prenew
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    If you need to resize a load of images at once, Adobe's Bridge image processor has long been the way to go. The image processor, however, is capable of much more than just resizing photos. In this quick tip, I will show you how to apply Adobe Photoshop actions alongside the output settings.Read More…
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    Correction and Creativity With the Perspective Warp FilterPrespectivewarp sp prelg
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    Adobe recently updated the Perspective Warp filter in Photoshop, I'll show you how the basic ways this tool can help correct your images, and also how I'm fitting it into my workflow. There are a variety of creative uses for the tool, and you're bound to come across some ways to improve your images with it.Read More…
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    Learn 3 Great Ways to Dodge and Burn in PhotoshopShah hg prelg
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    Dodging and burning, the selective brightening and darkening of areas of an image, is one of the oldest forms of image manipulation. While analogue photographers would have to carefully spend hours printing and reprinting each photograph to get the effect they desired, Adobe Photoshop allows us to use the same effect quickly and easily. In this tutorial, I’ll show you three ways to dodge and burn in Photoshop.Read More…
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    Take Your Composites to the Next Level With These Finishing TouchesFinals composite sp prelg
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    In this short video, I'll explain two quick tips for adding finishing touches to composite images. We'll explore when these techniques should be used and why working at such a high level of detail matters.Read More…
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    Understanding Contrast Control in the DarkroomContrasttut ckprelg
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    Film photography and darkroom printing are actually on the rise. The processes aren't nearly as popular as they were before the 1990s, and never will be again, but for the last five years the market has seen increases. There are dozens of tutorials about processing film, but we're going to look at more advanced topic crucial to printing in the darkroom.Read More…
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