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How to Add Text to Photos in Photoshop

In Post-processing by Nathan Goldberg

Are you looking for an easy way to add text to your photos? You may already be set up to do that…with Photoshop! Many photographers probably overlook using Photoshop as a way to add text to their photos, since they use it mainly for editing photos but just as easily as you can do photo editing in Photoshop, you can add text. The …

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How to Organize Your Lightroom Catalog in 1 Hour Or Less

In Post-processing by Christopher Mowers

On October 18th, 2017, Adobe announced that Lightroom CC is now Lightroom Classic CC. They also announced a completely new Lightroom CC that is cloud based. The announcement sent shock waves of opinion all around. For me, it was a mixture of excitement and anxiety. Much as I was excited about a new, cloud based, …

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Dodging and Burning Pro Tips in Photoshop

In Post-processing by Brian Pex

  What Is Dodging and Burning? Dodging and Burning in Photoshop is a term that was taken from the old film days of photography. Simply put, dodging is lightening pixels in today’s digital world and burning is the darkening of the pixels. It is all about adding contrast to images. Contrast is king, after all. …

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How to Remove People from Photographs in Photoshop

In Post-processing by Nathan Goldberg

We’ve all been there.  You spend lots of time planning a location for an epic image, even travelling from long distances to get there, only to find the location buzzing with activity from other people.  Enough people to detract significantly from the image you were planning on getting.  And returning at a later, quieter time …

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Plotagraph – Future of Photography or Fleeting Trend?

In Post-processing by Pete LaGregor

What Is Plotagraph? Plotagraph is software that utilizes an animation technique that brings motion to still images. Many of you may be familiar with a related technique called a cinemagraph. A cinemagraph utilizes a video clip and freezes a portion of the video while allowing other parts of the video to play forward. This gives …

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Review: Mastin Labs Presets

In Post-processing by Grant Whitty

Film is not dead, folks. For some time many thought that film would eventually die out since digital is so much easier. Surprising to some, film is back, and on the rise. It’s not likely that film will be used more than digital, do to cost and time. However, I am beginning to see more …