Posts Tagged 'Photo editing'

Tips on HDR Photo Editing

HDR Photo Editing using Nik Software

Tips on HDR Photo editing

HDR photography and Photo Editing are fun. Have you ever tried them?

I just posted an article about Nik Software HDR Efex Pro. Now you can do HDR in Lightroom and Photoshop but still some third part softwares offer even more power for fine adjustment.

I use Lightroom/Photoshop HDR on regular bases but once in a while I really enjoy the controls that Nik Software HDR Efex pro ...

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Quick Portrait Editing

Just a note to remind you that our Quick Portrait Editing Techniques class is coming up on the weekend. In this class, you will learn the most important areas to focus your attention, when editing a portrait. This class will also simplify and speed up your work flow, so that you get great results with minimal effort. Taking the photo is the first step, but editing your photo well will make it shine! (Thanks to Anita, from More Info...

Quick Portrait Retouching Techniques in Photoshop and Elements

Do you take pretty good photos already, but want to make them great? Looking for that quick way to make your portraits stand out? There are many many tools available to you when editing images in Photoshop or Elements, so many that one can go way overboard or not even know where to begin. Come join me for a class designed to cut to the chase and get the job done. Learn how to quickly identify areas that need adjustment, ...

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It’s all about SKIN texture

Skin texture and Model Photography

Another quick reminder that David’s 2 part, Model Photography class is coming up quickly! If you want to learn a more high-fashion style of photographing people, you will want to be there. This class is NOT for men only! Women interested in shooting boudoir photos will also find this to be a valuable workshop to attend.

Below, David talks a little about  an important topic when photographing models.

It’s all about SKIN

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How to find the print size

How to find the print size?

File size Vs print size?

This is a question that we are asked frequently. As always there is a ton of technical information available, which I don’t have space to cover here.  I will give you some basic guidelines, such as defining file size and how to decide if a file is big enough to meet your client’s print requirements.

First we should know the pixel dimensions of our cameras. By using this ...

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Infrared action for Photoshop

Make a Pseudo Infrared Action in Photoshop?

Stay tuned for more info about our new photography and Photoshop workshops in January.

This month we encourage you to sharpen your Photoshop skills by creating new Actions. If you find something interesting to share, we’d like to hear about it. Send a copy of the Action to our Photoshop Team.

We’ll publish it in our newsletter with your name, so everyone can enjoy the speed and ease of use of Actions.

Let’s get to ...

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New Photo Editing Workshops

Introducing Our Newest Photo Editing Workshops!

We have heard your questions about editing, and your requests for classes. Now we have a solution! Our newest selection of workshops cover all your editing needs in separate, easy-to-digest sessions on individual topics.

Never used a Photo editing program before and need somewhere to start?

Try our Intro to Layers (I.C.E.) workshop. Understanding how layers work will unlock a multitude of possibilities with any type of image.

Know the basics, but want something ...

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Retouching Technique for Photoshop

Retouching old photos

using Photoshop tools

Occasionally as photographers you may be asked to retouch some old prints from negative or slides. No matter how good the old photo may be there are always some creases and dust particles to remove. So here we are:

What is the fastest way to retouch an old print?

There are so many different tools for this job. You can use the Healing brush or Clone stamp, but the process is very time consuming.

Here I am going to ...

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