5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest. Part 5: Post Processing

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Finally we come to the last part of our 5 part series, 5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest. To catch up with the rest of the articles in this series, click below: Part 1: Perspective Part 2: Time of Day Part 3: Motion Part 4: Scale Part 5: Post Processing…

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5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest. Part 3: Motion

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At long last, here is the next part in our popular series, 5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest. In this part, we’re going to be looking at all the various ways that you can use motion in your photographs. To catch up with the rest of the articles in…

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5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest. Part 4: Scale

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Welcome to Part 4 of the continuing series, 5 Ways To Make Your Next Photo Stand Apart From The Rest! To catch up with the rest of the articles in this series, click below: Part 1: Perspective Part 2: Time of Day Part 3: Motion Part 4: Scale Part 5: Post Processing Today we’re going to…

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An introduction to smart objects

Ever since their introduction in Photoshop CS2, Smart Objects have rapidly become one of the most useful aspects of Photoshop. Smart Objects allow you to work with image data non-destructively, which means that it’s always possible to adjust your edits at a later date without sacrificing any image quality. We often hear about using ‘best…

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When to Use Photoshop’s Clone Stamp vs the Healing Brush

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Photoshop is a remarkably powerful piece of software, with an almost overwhelming array of tools for photo editing. This can be a blessing and a curse, since it can often be difficult to tell which tool is the best for the job. Even once you’ve selected the appropriate tool, there are often so many different…

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5 Tips for Striking Landscape Photos

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There are few subjects more impressive and inspiring than a wide, sweeping landscape. When you’re still getting a feel for the genre, it often seems that the images you produce aren’t as striking as you remember the scene in your mind’s eye. As a result, photographers are constantly on the hunt for tips and tricks…

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Are Your Eyes Being Fooled When Editing In Photoshop?

Here’s something that used to have me perplexed… You spend time in Photoshop perfecting a shot on your computer only to come back to it the next day and it looks different. Brighter, darker, colours look different somehow. Like I said, it had me perplexed for ages. Until one day someone sent me one of…

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How to create a double-exposure portrait in Photoshop

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I got a question from an email subscriber the other day asking about how to create a specific type of image. It’s not the sort of thing I normally do in Photoshop, but it sounded fun so I learned how and then made this video to show you how to do it too. Here’s one of…

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The 3 levels of exposure blending

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What level is your exposure blending at? There are many ways to do things in Photoshop, which is great because it’s so flexible. But not all ways are created equal. Sometimes, the simpler and quicker way will work just as well as the more complicated alternative. But a lot of the time you might just need…

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Photoshop Image Blending Tutorial

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Hey, how’s it going? Here’s a video which I first posted on youtube a while ago, but never got around to linking it from the blog. So here it is; a Photoshop image blending tutorial which uses layers and masks: Transcript Steve: Hey, how is it going? Steve here. In the previous video, I’ve introduced…

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