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Plagued by Hotspots? Frequency Separation to the Rescue!
Glaring hot spots can be like the plague when it comes to shooting portraits. All too often the circumstances of…
VIDEO TUTORIAL: How to Extend Your Photo Background in Adobe Photoshop with PHLEARN!
A lot of the time we don’t get the space we really need to create our images in, and something that comes up because of this is the task of extending the backdrop in post. Well in this video from Phlearn, they’ll walk us through the process of taking a portrait with a pretty tight crop and extending the background to suit our needs.
Beyond Mere Composition – Getting Over The Rule Of Thirds and the Golden Ratio
It’s pretty easy to find information online that focuses on the ‘what’ of composition, but the ‘why’ is more evasive. In this article, we explore the ‘why’ behind a number of compositional rules to help you know when to use and/or break them for maximum effect. Read on!
How To Shoot Food Commercials Like A Pro – A Tutorial From Syrp
SYRP has thrown down the gauntlet for their users to get creative and use the genie in new and unique ways. They joined that challenge by using the Genie products to create an epic “high-budget” style food commercial in a very creative way.
Stop Motion Animations For Photographers
Stop motion isn’t just for Tim Burton films, they can be a great addition to your photography offerings! Wedding photographer Justin Ho shares how to make cinema-graphs in Photoshop and why he loves incorporating them into his client galleries.
Gels & Pin Lighting for Stylized Portraits | Slice of Pye Ep. 12
Nail this technique in three simple steps!
Lose the Glare! 3 Simple Steps to Cleaning Up Those Blinding Glares in Eyeglasses!
What do you do when the person you’re shooting is wearing glasses and you’ve caught some reflections and glare in the lens? Fortunately there is a relatively simple way to deal with this in Adobe Photoshop so your portrait can shine without that distracting glare.