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This tutorial is to help you learn how to darken the edges of a photo like a professional. I’m sure many of you have seen the photos for sale that have darkened corners to accent the subject of the image. This technique can make most amateur photos look very professional.
To produce the larger print sizes now available on the affordable medium format digital photo printers, requires photo enlargement techniques. Most people simply open the original photo file in their version of Photoshop, and resize the file by entering the width and height dimensions, resolution dpi they want, leave the resample option checked and click the OK thinking all is just great.
One of the reasons this is so important is because so many photographers get bogged down and stuck in time wasting systems, systems that are over complicated and too “perfect’. In the real world, where real clients pay the bills, and making them happy on a consistent daily basis is critical, getting the job done as fast as possible is essential.
This tutorial is to help you learn how professional photo editors accent specific parts of a picture in order to lead their viewers attention into certain places. With this technique you can darken what is not important and brighten what is important to your photo.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to decide which source channels you should accent when converting a photo to black and white. Most people think that there is only one kind of black and white, but in reality there are countless different combinations.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to use adobe photoshop for printing multiples pictures on one page. This method can be used to save paper by making multiple copies of single or separate pictures. This technique can also be used to make basic collages.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to add contrast without over-exposing the photo. I usually use this technique instead of just adding contrast when I edit my pictures. Once you have your photo open in photoshop: 1. With the background layer selected make a Duplicate Layer (Layer>Duplicate Layer). 2. With the New Layer […]
This section is to help you learn how to restore old photos that have chips, scratches, ink spills, or just things that you don’t want in the picture. This picture got chipped somehow and part of the subject’s face was scratched off. We will use the clone stamp tool to recreate what the lower part of her face should look like.