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


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


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


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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How to save JPEGs in sRGB from Photoshop and Lightroom


Here’s a quick video I just recorded which shows you where the options are in Photoshop and Lightroom so that you can pick the correct colour space when saving your images for sharing online. It’s a short video and a quick how-to, but it’s REALLY important to get it right if you want your shot’s to…

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to selectively boost vibrance and saturation


Hey, how’s it going? Time for another quick video tutorial, this time I’m showing you a quick and easy way to make a slightly more accurate selection inside a layer mask so that you can selectively increase/boost vibrance in a shot. The important thing about this technique is that it’s a layer masking technique – which…

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How to boost colours in Photoshop


There are countless methods for increasing and boosting colours in an image using Photoshop. In this video I show you two. The first is my go-to method which I use on virtually all my photos, the second is one which can be used in a more “creative” manner. Check ’em out both out here:     Transcript…

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Tutorial: An easy way to brighten shadows in Photoshop CC


This is an easy way to brighten dark shadows in your landscape photos using Photoshop CC. One of the best features of the newer versions of Photoshop is the Camera RAW filter, and this is what we are using today in this example.   Transcripts Steve here from post-processing mastery and in this Photoshop tutorial am…

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How to fix colors using a Photoshop Curves adjustment layer


In this quick Photoshop tutorial I’m showing you how to fix colours in a photo using a few easy tweaks of the curves adjustment layer. You can use this technique to fix all kinds of colour or white balance problems in your landscapes. In this example, I also show how to “put back” some of…

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17 Mistakes Other Photographers Have Made So You Don’t Have To


I ran a post in my Facebook group (click here to join!) asking members to share their biggest photography mistakes. There were heaps of replies, some sad, some funny, and some frightening! So I have collected all that data and turned it into something positive that we can all learn from. You can click here to read everybody’s original replies…

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