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Make Your Photos Pop using Photoshop’s Blur Gallery

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In Photoshop CC, there are multiple blur filters using the Blur Gallery that give us powerful, artistic control. These include Field, Iris, Tilt-Shift, Path and Spin Blur. There are also blur effects that can be applied to each of these that amp up the creativity factor. In short, these filters simply rock! They allow pinpointing […]

How to Have a Non-Destructive Workflow In Photoshop

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As you might know by now, Lightroom provides a completely non-destructive editing of your photographs. Photoshop, on the other hand, if not used properly is a destructive editor, meaning that after a certain amount of steps you can’t go back. You can’t even re-edit some adjustment you’ve done if you haven’t done it in the […]

How to Create A Realistic HDR Panorama

This is the result. Photo by Dzvonko Petrovski, all rights reserved.

HDR stands for “High Dynamic Range,” meaning that the method is supposed to increase the dynamic range that one image can have as if the sensor had the same amount of dynamic range. I’d been looking for HDR processors that did a realistic job, and for a while the search didn’t yield a processor that […]

What’s New in the Latest Adobe CC Update?

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All those who follow Adobe and their conferences are likely aware that they are preparing a bundle of new features that intrigue us as photographers. With the release of Lightroom 6, we got GPU processing which has sped things up for some users (others report that it slows down the process for them). I believe that GPU […]