Photo Editing Walkthrough

*I use all these tricks except for HIGH PASS - that one's new to me - but if you want a tutorial on retouching a photo in Photoshop, here it is :) Photo Editing Walkthrough by `Doubtful-Della on deviantART

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Photoshop tutorials, tips and news

Photoshop tutorials, tips and news The site is fully on auto-pilot and updates all by itself at the time interval you specify. All the best tutorials, tips and lessons! Photoshop is a hugely popular software receiving over 50 million searches/month!

Bounce + Accessory Comparisons | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

From top to bottom, the Indoor/Outdoor comparisons are for: Direct Flash Bouncing the flash off a ceiling Fong diffuser Lumiquest Omnidome Through a softbox Off an umbrella Through an umbrella

1. Open your image in Photoshop. Duplicate it once. Select the duplicate image on your layer palette and set the blending mode to Soft Light.  2. Go to Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color. Choose a really dark blue. I use #070144. Set this Fill Layer to Exclusion.  3. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Levels. Slide the black slider to the right a little bit to increase the intensity of the coloring.

Open your image in Photoshop. Duplicate it once. Select the duplicate image on your layer palette and set the blending mode to Soft Light. Go to Layer

UNmanual - a guide explaining the DSLR camera's ins and outs in plain english!

UNmanual - a guide explaining the DSLR camera's ins and outs in plain english! For my future DSLR camera!

Christmas tree picture tutorial - Turn off all the lights, put ISO up high (mine was 2000), low aperture (mine was 2.8), and my shutter speed was 1/100 to avoid camera | http://my-awesome-photography-collection.blogspot.com

From Kimberly Kyle Photography: Christmas tree picture tutorial - Turn off all the lights, put ISO up high (mine was low aperture (mine was and my shutter speed was to avoid camera shake. *the higher the ISO the grainier the picture

Working with layers is easy but you have to know your end result before you start mixing channels and curves to create great lighting effects. It's a fine line between artistic photography and great image manipulations and an over blown theatrical mess.

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