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Processing Dark and Moody Images

processing moody images
The Power of Moody Images Moody processing is a way to process an image when the light isn't good by the standards. Meaning that there are no colorful skies but instead a dramatic atmosphere with to fog, rain, snow or thunderstorms. My idea of moody processing was born around 2013/2014 when I used to spend most of my weekends in the...

How to Create a Vignette in Photoshop

create a vignette in photoshop
Two Techniques to Create a Vignette in Photoshop Vignettes can be one of the most powerful adjustments to help enhance the composition and light in an image. In the previous article, you learned how to create a vignette in Lightroom but today we're raising the bar to see how to selectively create a vignette in Photoshop. Aside from the option to...

Video: 14 Lightroom Tricks to Edit Your Images Quicker

Adobe Lightroom is a comprehensive software in which you can spend hours upon hours editing your images. However, not everyone has that much time to spare and many of us simply prefer to process the images as quickly as possible – while still maintaining a high image-quality. In this video from professional photographer Evan 5ps, you'll be introduced to 14...

What’s The Role of Visualization In Black & White Landscape Photography?

Black & White Landscape Photography
There are two different aspects to developing a black and white landscape photo in Lightroom. One is craft, where you use Lightroom’s sliders and tools to convert a color landscape to black and white, push sliders around and apply local adjustments. Craft skills are easy to learn. The other is visualization. To understand what visualization is let me ask you what...

One Simple Way to Remove People From Images

Remove people from images
Imagine yourself walking along the most photogenic landscape you've ever seen. The sun is about to set and the light is as good as it gets. You've found the perfect composition and you might very well be about to capture your new favorite image. However, there's one major problem. A issue that might ruin your shot. People. They are everywhere. The...

Processing with Picktorial 3: An All-in-One RAW Editor?

Picktorial Review
Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop and Capture One are the most common softwares to be mentioned when talking about photography and post processing. However, in recent years, more softwares have been introduced and many of them are equally as powerful as those mentioned above. Picktorial is one of these editors and I've had the pleasure of testing their 3.0 Beta version (and...

3 Ways to Remove Color Cast in Photoshop

Remove Color Cast in Nik Software
Remove Color Cast in Photoshop Within Minutes Even though modern cameras try to neutralize a fair portion of color cast and you've got the possibility to adjust the White Balance, color cast remains a common problem in the majority of the images we capture. It might not always be prominent but just a slight touch of color cast can be enough...

Lightroom 101 – Part 4: Develop Module

Lightroom Develop Module
Do you feel that you master the camera but your images come out dull and don’t look impressive? That your technical skills are much better then what the image shows? Are you asking yourself why your images don't get the beautiful colors others show? Even though you photograph in perfect light, most of the time you need a final touch in...

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Palouse hills with dodge and burn technique
The Original Die-Hard Edit Dodging & Burning has been around since photography began and that is a long time ago, even before Facebook or Instagram. The fact that Dodge & Burn is still being used in the digital darkroom is testament to its effectiveness and a great reason why you could implement this editing style into your post-processing workflow. Originally, Dodging...

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....

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