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Post-Processing

  • 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…
  • Adobe Lightroom
    How to Add Adobe Lightroom Mobile's Superpowers to Your Post-Production Workflow Lr mobile preview
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    Disconnect from your desk and integrate Adobe's Lightroom Mobile in your workflow away from home.Read More…
  • Image Processing
    Fakes, Frauds, and Forgeries: How to Detect Image ManipulationAnne margret image manipulation
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    Image editing is a regular and accepted part of photography. Sometimes though, image manipulation is meant to deceive. Knowing how to determine whether an image is fake both prepares you as a viewer to properly evaluate an image and as a photographer, to improve your own editing techniques. (Photo: J Crew, June 2013)Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Balancing Skin Tone and Creating Skin Tone References skintone preview
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    Skin tone varies widely between ethnicities and individuals. This tutorial teaches you how to use a precise method of colour management in Adobe Photoshop to reproduce beautiful, accurate skin tones, then use that corrected skin tone to create an index for future reference.Read More…
  • Audio
    New Course: Advanced Audio Processing for VideoAudioforvideo
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    In a video production, audio is arguably a more important factor than picture. In our new Tuts+ course, you will learn how to edit, process, mix, and master audio for your video projects. Read More…
  • Audio
    How to Synchronize Audio and Video With PluraleyesBen lucas pluraleyes audio sync
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    Learn how to use Pluraleyes, the best software for syncing multiple cameras and audio sources.Read More…
  • Split Toning
    Split Toning Colour Pictures in Photoshop: Theory and PracticePreview
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    Split toning involves tinting the shadows of an image in one colour and the highlights in another. Although mostly applied to black and white images, this method can quite successfully be used on colour images. Before you decide to use this technique though, knowing a little colour theory is helpfulRead More…
  • Video
    Slate the Tape: How To Synchronize Audio and Video in a SnapSlate the tape
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    Ever seen those clapperboards on set? This video will cover why we use them, how to properly "Slate the Tape", and even give you a free option for your iPad.Read More…
  • Post-Production
    Smart Previews: Lightroom's Most Powerful New FeatureSmart previews preview image
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    Keep working on your images no matter where they're stored by building Smart Previews in Lightroom 5. In this tutorial, you'll learn all about Smart Previews and how to use them.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Big Beautiful Grain Adds Atmosphere to Images400px image
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    This tutorial turn the common wisdom about noise on its head and show you why we should show noise in images some love.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Super Fast Clipping Previews%20400px%20image
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    A super simple super quick and super powerful tip for controlling highlight and shadows in your pictures. Small things can often make a huge difference and once tried this technique you will use on just about every image.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Getting Started With Adobe Lightroom 5: The Photo WorkflowIntro lr5 preview
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    Lightroom can help you tame your photo collection and get the most from your pictures. This tutorial will show you around Lightrooms basic toolset.Read More…
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