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Change Perspective With This Highly Underused & Easy Photoshop Tool
If you shoot real estate, landscapes, or are an architectural sort, this tool can somewhat simulate the effect of a tilt shift lens, and help to alter perspectives. It’s as easy as drag and drop.
‘Human Debris’ – Photographer Creates Beautiful Sculptures From Beach Trash
‘Human Debris’ is a commentary on what humans leave in the natural landscape.
‘Time Stack’ | Perhaps The Most Captivating Sky Photos I’ve Ever Seen
Matt Molloy is a Canadian photographer who has just changed my perception of timelapses. The images he creates are a gorgeous spin on the average landscape photo.
#mytoyplane | A Toy Plane’s Journey Through The Far East’s Metrpolises
Web designer and aviation enthusiast takes a little toy plane around the cities of Asia, and uses perspective to make it look as it’s it’s really soaring.
The Photoshop Tool You Thought You Knew & How To Really Use It
Here we’ll go over some usage of one of the most overlooked tools in Photoshop that everyone knows of, but knows little about what it can really do.
Urbanite | Immerse In The Surreal Landscape Of a People-less Urban China
Urban landscapes of a metropolis of the most populated country on the planet entirely barren of people, and beautifully captured.
‘Expedition’ – Composite Landscapes 10 Months In The Making
Catherine Nelson takes hundreds of photos and meticulously blends them together to create fantastical landscapes out of the real world
Make Photoshop Files Viewable On Almost Any Device & Keep Data
Almost all of us use Photoshop, yet the PSD files can’t be read by all devices and programs. Here’s a tip so that you can maintain all your layers and image data, for editing in PS, and make those files viewable on any device.