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Post-Processing

  • VSCO Cam
    How to Edit Photos With VSCO CamEditing vsco cam
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    As far as mobile apps go, VSCO Cam has it all: a great camera, sophisticated filters and editing options, and social features that allow you to instantly publish your images online. In this tutorial I'll show you how to edit your images on the go using VSCO Cam. Read More…
  • HDR
    Busted! 7 Myths About High Dynamic Range PhotographyBen lucas hdr aman anuraj preview
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    High Dynamic Range photography gets a lot of hate on the internet, particularly from other photographers. In this article, we're going to bust the most popular myths and misconceptions about HDR.Read More…
  • Compression
    How to Export JPGs for the Web from Adobe Photoshop LightroomUntitled 3
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    How to find the sweet spot when exporting between image quality and file size to make your images load quickly.Read More…
  • Noise Reduction
    How to Reduce Noise in Pictures With Adobe Photoshop LightroomTuts sone lr nr logo
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    Reducing noise in your images is an important part of your post-production workflow, especially if you're a high-ISO shooter. Good noise reduction technique is a great way to improve your images before presenting them to your client. Let's take a look at the ways you can reduce noise in Adobe Lightroom 5 to create cleaner images, even at high ISO.Read More…
  • Black and White Conversion
    High-Contrast Black and White with Lookfilter Presets in Adobe Photoshop LightroomPreview
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    Lightroom has become an incredibly powerful raw procesor, but getting a consistent look can be a bit tough. Presets can make it really quick and easy to create powerful images with a look that's all your own. In this tutorial we show how to use Lookfilter's presets to create a high contrast black and white conversion.Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    Using a Controlled Vocabulary to Organize Digital PhotographsControlled keyword vocabulary preview
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    Most photographers have computers, memory cards, and external hard drives packed full of digital photographs. Without sorting the photographs, it's laborious to find what you need. This article will help you manage your collection of digital photographs by using controlled keyword vocabularies.Read More…
  • Photo Editing
    How to Review, Edit, and Sequence Photos in Adobe Photoshop LightroomPhoto editing series
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    We're getting down to business and the heart of the editing process: in this tutorial you'll learn how to review and select your best pictures, and prepare your candidates for image correction.Read More…
  • Save for Web
    Save For Web: Better JPEG Compression with Adobe PhotoshopPreview
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    Save For Web is a nifty feature of later editions of Adobe Photoshop that allows us to compromise in a better way with size and quality in order to retain a decent looking JPEG, PNG or GIF. It does this by reducing the quality and stripping out unnecessary metadata. This tutorial concentrate specifically on JPEG and will help you understand how Save For Web works so that you can get the best result for your needs.Read More…
  • Photo Manipulation
    Love Is in the Air: How to Create a Heart Shaped Smoke Ring Photo for Valentine's DayVanlentines hot chocolate final
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    In honor of Valentine's day, here's how to create a still life image that makes you want to snuggle up next to the fireplace with a good book. We take a cup of hot chocolate and give it a holiday twist.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Twitter JPEG Compression: How to Create the Best Quality Image for Your FeedPreview
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    For pictures on your feed, Twitter don’t appear to restrict us nearly as much as Facebook does, so posting a decent quality picture to a feed should be relatively easy, right? Well, it's trickier than you might think. This Quick Tip aims to get your JPEGs displayed in the best way possible.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Facebook JPEG Compression: How to Get the Best Image Quality on Your TimelinePuffin for facebook compression
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    We’ve all done it, uploaded a picture that looked fantastic in our editing software only to recoil in horror at the Facebook compressed mess that now sits on our timeline. In this Quick Tip, I'll help you get the best quality result possible, when uploading your pictures.Read More…
  • Sharpening
    Selective Sharpening Using High Pass in Adobe PhotoshopHigh pass sharpening preview
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    Most digital images need sharpening; however, the amount of sharpening needed varies image to image and even area to area within an image. This tutorial explains why sharpening is needed and how to selectively apply sharpening exactly where it is needed using a high pass sharpening layer with a mask.Read More…
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