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Decrypting the Hue/Saturation-panel | Tuesdays With Lauri
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri we take a look at the Hue/Saturation-panel in Photoshop and learn how to use it in order to tweak the colour in our images. We even change the colour of the background to a totally different one. We also take a quick peek at the channel mixer, as dodging & burning with curves.
Three Tips For Better Natural Light Portraits Using The Sun
Every portrait photographer seems to dread sunlight like it’s the devil. Why? Well, partly because it can be extremely un-flattering, but also partly because most photographers just don’t have a sure-fire method for using sunlight to get consistently acceptable results. Heck, sometimes a little touch of sunlight can an image look even better than soft (but dull) shade!
Panasonic Developing Groundbreaking High-Sensitivity Sensors Featuring Color Micro-Splitters Instead of Traditional Color Filters
A traditional camera sensor uses color filters to record color into its RGB array. Unfortunately, this absorbs light the same way a color gel for flash absorbs light. Panasonic’s groundbreaking micro color-splitters work like micro prisms in splitting colors without losing light intensity.
How We Produced It: Creating a Dramatic Wedding Environmental Portrait
In this Lightroom 4 Preset System tutorial, we will show how we can quickly and easily make this beautiful environmental portrait of a bride and groom’s first dance at the Pelican Hills Rotunda more dramatic in Lightroom 4.
Pre-Order: The new Nikon 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 AFS-G, an affordable full-frame ultra-wide lens
If you remember recently, we reported on a rumor that Nikon was going to release an 18-35mm f/3.5-5.6. Well, here it is! It can be yours for only $749… (US)
Post-processing “Tranquillity” pt.2 | Tuesdays With Lauri
Today we finish editing the image, this time working in Photoshop.
Nikon’s New Howitzer, the Nikkor AF-S 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR is Officially Announced!
Nikon has officially announce its most expensive lens in production, the mighty (expensive) NIKKOR 800mm f/5.6E FL ED VR with an included 1.25x teleconverter with ED lens element. So the price? Read on to find out.