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You can take any picture and make it better. Images from the newer phone cameras are worthy for postproduction editing. Instagram has introduced many new photographers to the world of filters and how that can take an image and change … Continue reading
Although the name implies a change in color it is really more about affecting the tones. In the fly out window you will have parametric sliders that affect specific parameters: Adjust Highlights, Midtone Brightness, Midtone Contrast and Adjust Shadows. Select … Continue reading
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
Let’s get close up with the Zoom tool. You will need this tool frequently. It especially comes in handy when using the Clone tool. (You are in the Expert Mode of the Editor Workspace). There are many ways to zoom, … Continue reading
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
There is more than one way to fix a crooked horizon. Select an image in the Organizer, click the Editor button at the bottom, and make sure you are in the Expert Tab workspace. Let’s begin with what we know … Continue reading
The first and hardest paradox I had to relearn when moving into digital photography and out of film photography was the idea that you cropped a picture AFTER shooting. I began taking digital pictures putting inside the frame exactly what … Continue reading