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How to Remove Spots in Photoshop

Remove Dust Spots in Photoshop
No matter how often you clean the camera and lenses, and no matter how perfect the composition is, it's hard to avoid having a couple spots or areas you want to remove from a photo. Luckily, it's relatively easy to remove spots in Photoshop without leaving visible traces. Remove Dust Spots in Photoshop If you're a Lightroom user and all you want...

An Introduction to Luminosity Masks

Luminosity Mask Tutorial
Luminosity Mask Tutorial Do you feel like you’ve learned how to use your camera and have become curious about post processing techniques? Have you already learned the basics of Adobe Photoshop and are ready to explore some more advanced and powerful techniques? If so, Luminosity Masks is where you should begin. Luminosity Masks have become one of the most popular techniques/tools...

Create a Precise Mask Based on Color Value with This Simple Technique

Precise Mask Based on Color Value
Have you ever wanted to make a selection of a specific color in Photoshop but not been quite sure how? Have you tried with Luminosity Masks or another type of selection but failed? Have you been so frustrated that you've just manually painted a mask instead? You're not alone. Luckily for you, though, creating a precise mask based on color...

Improve Your Images with One Click

Post production is for many one of the most exhausting parts of photography as you need to spend time learning a new software but you want to be outside photographing instead. Luckily, there are certain tools that offer the best of both worlds. With Adobe Lightroom Presets you're able to get stunning results with only one click. Use Presets to Improve Your Images Landscape Photographers...

3 Mistakes Beginners Make in Lightroom and How to Fix Them

Keywording in Lightroom
Lightroom is by far one of the most popular tools amongst photographers. Since it has both a powerful RAW editor and an efficient library module, it's become a go-to software for both complete beginners and seasoned experts. However, there are many who aren't fully exploiting the powers of this software due to a few minor mistakes. These mistakes aren't necessarily...

Create a Custom Vignette in Lightroom With this Easy-to-Follow Technique

vignette in lightroom
Adding a soft vignette to your images is often a great way to strengthen an already good composition and emphasize a particular subject by making it appear brighter than its surroundings. There are many ways to create one and you don't need an advanced software such as Adobe Photoshop to do so; it can easily be done in Lightroom....

How to Handle HUGE Image Files and View them in Lightroom

"Could not save because this document exceeded the 4GB limit for TIFF files" is an error you might have encountered if you work on large panoramas or use multiple layers when developing images in Photoshop. TIFF and PSD are the most common file types for photographers to save their developed files in but unfortunately they've got some restrictions: TIFF files...

My Best Practices for Printing Drone Images

My Best Practices for Printing Drone Images
I have been a photographer since the 1970s and I have been a printer of my work from the beginning. In that era, a physical print was almost the only way to share your work with anybody else and ever since, I have never stopped learning how to most effectively make a print that would best convey my intent,...

How to Create Luminosity Masks in Photoshop

How to Create Luminosity Masks in Photoshop
Luminosity Masks have become a popular type of selections in Photoshop used by both professionals and beginners alike. However, unlike many other types of selections, they won't be found in any menu. Instead, you'll have to create them yourself. Don't worry, it's not as hard as you might think. It's actually quite straightforward and all you need to do is...

How to Prepare Images for Printing

Prepare images for print
Seeing a finished image displayed online is always a nice feeling but actually holding a physical print gives a completely different type of satisfaction. It's not until the image is printed and hung on a wall that the entire process is finished. However, making a good print usually not as straightforward as one would think and most of us have...

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