5 tips on how to turn otherwise dead or lackluster photos into brilliant photos that come alive using luminosity principles from the masters.
There are many different ways to skin a cat in Photoshop and it’s always good to learn new ways do get stuff done. Who knows, you might find one way of doing things which works better for you which you haven’t seen before. Here are 7 Photoshop tips that should make your workflow better. 1. CONTINUE
The important difference between the highlights slider and whites slider is in the tonal ranges of an image each slider affects. The highlights slider is designed to bring back detail [moving slider to the left] in the brightest areas of an image or to brighten [moving slider to the right] highlights while protecting against clipping. CONTINUE
If you are like most people these days, you are surrounded by technology – laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets. You can’t escape it. For the photographer, that means having photos in multiple locations on more than one device. Getting all your photos synched up and in one location can be a hassle. Or does CONTINUE
After you use Adobe Lightroom for a while, you may discover that you have some duplicate photos in your library. This can happen for a number of reasons. Perhaps you store your images across multiple drives, or you’ve found a few SD cards and imported the images “just in case” they weren’t in your catalog CONTINUE
Did you ever wonder how everyone can get their photos to be so repeatable with their style in Lightroom? Did you ever just say – Wow! That photographer really has such a great look that really carries through to all of their images. Lightroom presets are the answer! Some may purchase presets from others and CONTINUE