Tag: Photoshop

10 Things Photographers Should Avoid Doing in Photoshop

If you’re new to Photoshop, you’ve probably been a little overwhelmed by the million and one things you can do to your images and the multiple ways to get any one effect. You’ve probably also discovered that not everything you do—even if it’s something “everyone” is doing—will make your images come out looking great. To […]

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Here’s What Working With Photoshop 1.0 Was Like

The year was 1990. The Hubble Space Telescope had just been launched, Microsoft released Windows 3.0, and Sinéad O’Connor wanted you to know that “Nothing Compares 2 U.” In addition, Adobe released Photoshop 1.0, starting the revolution. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR […]

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How to Quickly and Easily Create your Own Photoshop Actions

Everyone and their Auntie seem to sell Photoshop action sets these days, as if they’re the answer to something. I’m primarily referring to action sets which create entire “looks” for your image, but there are uses for actions which are less comprehensive and arguably more useful. For example, I use an action for sharpening my […]

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How to do Digital Blending in Photoshop to Create a Composite Photo

Normally when talking about digital blending, people will first think of exposure blending. That is correct, but it can do more than that. There is several situations where digital blending can be very handy. Not only can it help create a better photo, it also eases you in your shooting experience. In this article, I […]

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The Advanced Six-Step Program to Processing the Aurora in Lightroom and Photoshop

We’ve planned for the aurora and captured a ton of images in the previous episode. We’ve left the arctic and are back at home under the soft glow of our calibrated screen. It’s time to process these babies. Be aware that there’s advanced editing stuff ahead. If this goes straight above your head, I recommend […]

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Creating Still Life Images with No Photoshop Retouching

Karl Taylor is a name you’ve probably heard of if you look for photography videos on YouTube. He’s been working with big brands such as Hasselblad and Broncolor to create comprehensive content helping beginners as well as advanced photographers. In his latest video, he shows us how he created a beautiful lighting setup yielding photoshopped-like […]

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How to Create a Rim Light Effect Using Photoshop

Lighting is a huge integral part of a movie’s success. The same applies to photography. It’s all about the light or lack of it to create the drama in an image. Rim lighting, as the term suggests, is also called edge or back lighting. In this article I will show you how to create this […]

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