Photoshop is an extremely powerful piece of software for any photographer to have in their arsenal for landscape photography. It is really comprehensive and allows photographers and retouchers to achieve gorgeous images, but it can require in-depth knowledge to be proficient at Photoshop. Here are 3 quick tips to some very useful tools in Photoshop and […]
I am a big fan of Lightroom and Photoshop guru, Scott Kelby. His tutorials, posts, and discoveries often inspire me to push my Adobe boundaries. Recently, he posted an article about why it’s better to move from Lightroom to Photoshop’s HDR Pro when creating High Dynamic Range images. As someone that brackets virtually everything, I […]
Photoshop Layer Masks allow us to work on parts of an image without affecting those areas that we have, in essence, masked off. Here we are going to simply replace the sky of one image, with another taken of the sunrise at the same time in a different direction.
Like many, the first tool I learnt to use for exposure control were levels. However, I soon started to delve into the wonders of the curve tool and I have never looked back since. Today we are going to look at why curves in Photoshop can improve all your photos.
Perhaps the standout feature that Photoshop has over Lightroom is layers. The problem is that, for many, Photoshop’s layer tools can be a daunting and confusing prospect. Here we look at Layers, Adjustment Layers, and Layer Masks. Along the way, we will also make a pit stop at Blending and Opacity
Colour in our images can be a tricky thing to get spot on. We can try to give ourselves a head-start when shooting by picking an appropriate white balance or shooting in RAW. Sometimes. however, no matter what we do, we get an unwanted cast in an element of the picture. There are various ways […]