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Posts tagged ‘photoshop’

Tips: If You Can’t Go Big… Go Small! Be H.A.P.P.Y.

A big part of being an artistic photographer is how you see the world.

Sometimes, this means making the ordinary into something interesting.

If you happen upon a majestic purple waterfall cascading down a mountain covered in tropical parrots, then your pictures will basically make themselves.

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Real Family – Fake Studio!

For a good variety of solid color 'backdrops,' all you really need is a nice wall and Adobe Lightroom. How do we do it? It's simpler than you might think! A new background is one adjustment brush away.

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Technique Tuesday: How to slice a banana in mid air… Without the mess!

Check out the series of shots here. You might believe that after many tries and many bananas, I was finally able to nail the shots I wanted. Truth is, I only took 5 exposures and using Photoshop, arranged the elements to my liking. Today's technique will NOT cover how to actually slice a banana clean in half... but to totally make it look like you did!

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Painted HDRs

How to get that Painted HDR look - without the overdone HDR nastiness.

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02: Create a Simple Diptych in Photoshop!

A diptych is a presentation of two complementary photos in one picture. This is the easiest way I could find to do it in Photoshop CS4.

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Quadruple How-to!

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53.365 – Quadruple How-to!, originally uploaded by josh.liba.

You can do all the techniques used in this picture! Try it out :

How to: :

-Draw with Light

-Get ‘starbursts’ in your picture.

-Clone people

-Appear transparent (w/o photoshop layers/opacity) Read more

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01: Add Cinema-Style Bars to your Photos

How to add even, proportionate cinema-style (letterbox) bars to your photos.

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