Here’s an interesting article for you. Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush Essentials with Rob Sylvan. Learn how to master the Adjustment Brush Tool in Lightroom with Rob Sylvan from Lightroomers. In this article, Rob details some interesting insights into using the Adjustment Brush and shares his tips and techniques. Adjustment Brush Tool is used to make local adjustments
Good day to everyone. Today is the day of colour casting… What can you do if you have an image with colour cast, for example a scan of an old photograph? Is there anything you cna do to get rid of it? Of course you can! 🙂 This technique works really well on the images
Good morning everyone. I hope you are having a fabulous week. I know I am! 🙂 Today a Photoshop topic. This is a question I recently got from one of the delegates on one of my Photoshop courses: “I have an adjustment layer that I want to clip to more than one layer in my
Good Friday to you! 🙂 Today we will talk about saving adjustments in Lightroom so you could reuse them in other applications. When you work with your images in Lightroom, whether you work in Lightroom 2 or Lightroom 3, there are two ways to keep information about all the adjustments: Lightroom Catalog – within .lrcat
Hello everyone. As promised I am enclosing the video about HDR Toning. I hope you enjoy watching it and let me know if you have any comments. Tomorrow I am going to talk about a new great feature in Photoshop CS5 – Mini Bridge. Till tomorrow. 🙂 Bookmark on Delicious Share on Facebook Buzz it
HDR Toning is a fantastic new feature in Adobe Photoshop CS5! You should definitely try it out and you will love it! HDR Toning adjustment is primarily designed for 32-bit HDR images, but it can also be applied to 16-bit as well as 8-bit images. If applied to 8-bit images, it creates an HDR-like effect.
Hello everyone. Today I thought I would upload a photo I took from my hotel’s balcony in Dublin. I quickly adjusted the image using new HDR Toning adjustment in Photoshop CS5. Very quick and very very nice effect. There are many different presets and this is just one of them. I hope you will enjoy
Did you know that it has been 20 years since the first version of Photoshop was introduced? That is quite a lot of time for an application. Photoshop has definitely changed our lives and the way we work with imaging (now digital imaging). It also has changed a lot through all these years. Many wonderful