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Image Deconstructed | How to Retouch an Iconic Image Like Patrick Demarchelier

Open any major fashion magazine today and you will be hard pressed to not see a campaign that was photographed by...

Frequency Separation Pitfalls To Avoid | Beware Of Actions & Cautious With Radius

Frequency Separation can go wrong at many points, but these are possibly the two points where the biggest mistakes...

Three Different Blend Modes to Use In Frequency Separation For Ease & Speed

Love it or hate it, frequency separation has become a staple for many portrait photographers. There are many editing...

3 Photoshop Tips To Stop You Ruining Your Photos. Do You Commit These Editing Sins?

Photoshop Better | Use Linked Smart Objects To Keep Photoshop Faster & Flexible

Linked Smart Objects are one of the most undervalued tools within Photoshop. For many of you, they could totally...

How to Shoot & Retouch Like Mario Testino | The Story Behind The Towel Series (NSFW)

It’s difficult today to create an image that becomes iconic, but Testino has a flair for it. From the...

Photoshop Better | Tips On Making Difficult Selections & Masks In Photoshop

As your photography abilities expand, so must your retouching abilities (unless you’re fielding it out), and...

Is it Ever Necessary To Use Smart Objects In Photoshop?

Is it Ever Necessary To Use Smart Objects In Photoshop?

Smart Objects are a sophisticated method of retouching in Photoshop which can yield some fantastic results. They can...

The Editing Processes of Some of SLR Lounge’s Best Wedding Photographers

How do SLR Lounge’s best wedding photographers (the U.S. & Canada and International) edit their work? What...

How To Color Grade With Luminosity Masks In Photoshop

In case you missed the memo, in a world where everyone is on the same presets and basic skills of retouching are...

How-To | Easy, Seamless Exposure Blending In Photoshop

Photoshop can be a mystifying environment, where despite a user’s best intentions sometimes things can go awry...