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67. PSE 12 – Palettes in Editor

Here is the power of Photoshop and all its possibilities. You have selected an image in the Organizer, clicked the Editor Icon at the bottom and at the top of this new section you are in the Expert Mode/Tab. To … Continue reading

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43. Grunge – A High-Contrast Look

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I’ve noticed the word grunge used to describe images that don’t describe the same effect.  No matter, they all have a look, that in my opinion is edgy. This one is no different. Open an image.  Duplicate the layer with … Continue reading

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39. Vignette – 2 styles

Vignettes can help to focus the attention away from the background and on to an image in the picture.  Below are two ways to do this, and yes, there are more… Vignette – using Filter Have a photo opened in … Continue reading

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32. Clone Tool

I understand that you, as the photographer, were busy capturing a moment, and now have a lovely expression on the subject only to notice the distracting sign just off the left shoulder.  Problem? No, not with the ever so wonderful … Continue reading

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28. Color My Images of the World

Again, adjustments may be needed for some colors in an image as the camera does not record colors equally.  It’s kind of like a class in coloring for adults: hue/saturation, although I really feel more like I’m coloring when I … Continue reading

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24. Taking Care of the Midtones/ Brightness

If you made adjustments to your photograph for pure blacks and whites, you may notice that all the tones in the picture aren’t as bright.  All of these adjustments you are making are subjective, do them or don’t – it’s … Continue reading

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23. Adjusting to Pure Blacks and Pure Whites – basic

Adjusting the image for pure black and whites was at the forefront of the work done by Ansel Adams.  This adjustment is subjective and cannot always be achieved as in photographs on a grey day or a strong color picture. … Continue reading

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